Carlos Tevez's representative Kia Joorabchian revealed the striker hopes he will be a Manchester United player for 'a long time to come'.
Although the final paperwork on Tevez's United contract has yet to be completed, the Argentina star has already passed his United medical and trained with his new team-mates after West Ham agreed a £2million settlement for the 23-year-old to leave the club.
Joorabchian told Sky Sports News: 'We tried in the last couple of months to do it very quietly and quickly and I'm very happy, we're all very delighted it has come out to be a victory for everybody in this case.
'He made it clear he was very happy last year but he knew the ambition had come now to progress and he's absolutely thrilled to move on. He's very happy that he left West Ham on a good note.
'And he's absolutely thrilled now to join Manchester United and hope that will be his club for a long time to come.'