Spain's UEFA EURO 2008-winning coach Luis Aragones on Saturday signed a two-year contract with Turkish club Fenerbahce.
"I am here both with my brain and heart to work for Fenerbahce," the 69-year-old told a news conference through an interpreter. "I know I have come to a good and strong team. I can tell you that I am very happy," he added.
Fenerbahce had first announced a two-year pre-contract with Aragones on 25 June, but the coach - then still at the helm of Spain on the eve of their EURO 2008 semi-final against Russia - had denied the deal.
Approaching his 70th birthday, Aragones became the oldest coach to win the European title when Spain beat Germany 1-0, clinching their second title after the first in 1964.
Back in the dark days of Spain's early qualifying campaign for EURO 2008 Aragones had tendered his resignation after back-to-back defeats to Northern Ireland and Sweden.
A former Spanish international, he coached several major Spanish clubs before becoming the national boss in 2004.
At Fenerbahce he will replace Brazilian Zico, who joined the club on a two-year contract in July 2006, leading them to the league and Turkish Supercup titles during their centenary year in 2007.