Cesc Fabregas has predicted more success for Spain at the next European Championship following their first-ever World Cup victory.
Fabregas helped Spain follow up their success at Euro 2008 with another tournament win in South Africa following Sunday's 1-0 final victory over the Netherlands.
The Arsenal captain was a second-half substitute at Soccer City and set up Andres Iniesta's extra-time winner as the Iberian nation made history.
Next up for Spain is Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine and Fabregas believes his team-mates are ready to dominate international football for a long time to come.
"This is an historic moment for Spain and it may never be repeated – and I dedicate this to my whole family," he said.
"I was a bit down because I had not played as much as I had wanted but in the end it has all been worth it.
"The fans have fantastic – the rock on which we base everything – and I hope in two years' time we will have more joy at the Euros."