Roberto Carlos has become the new manager of South Melbourne.
The Real Madrid legend joins a highly successful team in Australia as they have be champions ten times and have lifted a number of other domestic trophies.
And the Brazilian, who is known for his famous free-kicks, intends to continue the club’s success and maintain their winning mentality.
Carlos said: “My goal is to come here and continue the winning mentality.
“It’s a modern and incredible country, I love it. Travel is kind of long, but I’m delighted here.”
Before being officially announced in the role, Carlos praised the set up and is aiming to make more history.
He said: “What I’ve seen here has moved me, the complex and the people.
“The most important thing now is for the club to go to the A-League and that together we make more history on top of what we’ve seen.
“What I’ve seen here has gratified me a lot.”
South Melbourne FC currently play in a lower league but are desperate be one of the two new clubs to be included in Australia’s top tier.
They face competition from Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, and Tasmania – who have all expressed an interest in joining the A-League.