Roma won their first-ever major European trophy with a 1-0 victory over Feyenood on Wednesday night in the Europa Conference League in Tirana, Albania.
After the match, Chris Smalling and Tammy Abraham praised their teammates and fans, and manager Jose Mourinho revelled in the historic achievement for the Italian club.
Jose Mourinho revealed he would stay at Roma and said the club had ‘made history’ with their Europa Conference League final win.
Roma won the first-ever major European trophy in their history with a 1-0 win over Feyenoord in the Albanian capital, Tirana.
The victory in Eastern Europe gives Mourinho his fifth European trophy to add to one UEFA Cup, two Champions League and a Europa League, and continues his run of winning a major trophy with every side going back to Porto.
Roma had endured a mixed season, finishing sixth in Serie A but ultimately now end on a high, and Mourinho asserted he would not be leaving this summer.
“I’m gonna turn down any proposal,” said Mourinho after the match.
“I will stay here at Roma even if there are rumours. We made history today. I have no doubts, I will continue as Roma manager.”