|Spain coach Luis Aragones has heaped praise on man of the moment Fernado Torres after the Reds forward fired his country to the Euro 2008 title.|
| El Nino grabbed his second goal of the tournament and one of the most important strikes in Spain's history to claim a 1-0 win over Germany and leave Aragones to laud the 24-year-old as one of the best players in the world.|
"Fernando is a great player for Liverpool and for our team and he can go anywhere because he has really extraordinary speed and he knows how to dribble," Aragones said.
"We always tell him he's a player who is so young that he can learn to do everything and there is no doubt he can be one of the best players in the world."
Many observers have expressed the opinion that Spain's success is a triumph for football and Aragones agrees with this belief, hailing his side's pass-and-move philosophy.
"I think people will look up to this Spain and how we play," said the 69-year-old, who is set to be replaced as coach by former Real Madrid boss Vicente Del Bosque.
"I said if we manage this group well, we will be champions. They are so good. I hope Spain will go on in this way," Aragones continued.
"The only thing I have to say to the manager who comes after me is to please treat them (the players) well and let them do their job.
"I have the mental strength to do it, and others may not have it."