Rafa Benitez was unveiled as the new manager of Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang on Tuesday and told the reporters he wants to 'leave a legacy' at the club.
Former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez took over the position of head coach of Dalian Yifang on Tuesday.
The Spaniard replaced South Korean coach Choi Kang-hee, who announced his resign on Monday afternoon.
Benitez, who has also managed at Newcastle United, Chelsea and Inter Milan, has reportedly received a £12million (GB pounds) a year pay packet to manage the Chinese Super League club.
Despite being a UEFA Champions League winning manager, Benitez is under no illusion that this job will be a challenge, telling journalists, "we are coming to a new country, a new culture and we will need help."