"The taste of success you can't buy that."
That was the comment made by Dwight Yorke during an interview with 10 Football following his team Macarthur FC's Australia Cup victory today.
In just five games as a professional football manager Yorke has captured a trophy.
Yorke said the trophy was up there with the trophies he won as a player which include the Champion's League and three Premier Leagues.
"This has to be up there. I think it's totally from a different perspective because now I am a manager not a player but it is good it has been a fantastic transition into management," Yorke said.
Yorke said he did not expect to get to the final and win his first trophy in such a short space of time.
He said the Macarthur players deserve a lot of credit for making that happen.
"This is a new beginning for Macarthur we are very new into the A League with three years in and hopefully this will be something that we can build on," he said.
Yorke said this is a good foundation for the club to build on.
"Now we have a taste of it I am sure the boys would want to be doing a bit more," he said.
Macarthur scored 19 goals in their five games in the Australia Cup.
"I don't think anyone has paid their hard-earned money to come and watch non-attractive football we are in the entertainment business so we want to play an attractive brand of football going forward playing on the front foot," he said.
Yorke said the win is a momentous occasion for the club.