Jose signs new Real deal
Real Madrid have confirmed that Jose Mourinho has signed an extension to his contract keeping him at the club until 2016.
The Portuguese's original deal ran until 2014, but this extension is seen as a real statement of intent from the club over the former Chelsea and Inter boss, who had been linked with a move back to the Premier League in the summer.
He took over at the Bernabeu in 2010, guiding Real to Copa del Rey success in his first season before sealing the Primera Liga title this term, Real's first league success in four years.
Madrid's points total of 100 and their 121 goals scored were new Primera Division records, though Mourinho insists it was the most 'difficult' of the seven titles he has won as a manager.
He can now set his sights on trying to win a third Champions League title of his career after seeing his side come agonisingly close this season, reaching the semi-finals before losing to Bayern Munich on penalties.