Inter President Massimo Moratti insists the club will bask in their glory after winning the UEFA Champions League.
A double from Diego Milito earned a 2-0 win for the Serie A champions over Bayern Munich, with coach Jose Mourinho's future now the subject of increased speculation.
The former Porto and Chelsea boss has guided the Nerazzurri to an unprecedented Italian treble this season with reports suggesting he is set to take over Real Madrid this summer.
Moratti, however, avoided the speculation in the wake of his side's triumph and insists Inter will savour the moment before any decision is made over Mourinho's future.
"I hope this evening will remain in everyone's heart," Moratti told Sky Sport. "It has been a beautiful cup - they deserved this.
"Mourinho cried a lot, it means he's happy. The future? I don't know. For the moment we will celebrate, then we will see."
Massimo, 65, is the son of Angelo Moratti, who was owner and president during Inter's golden age in which they won their previous two European Cups in 1964 and 1965.
He added: "The team felt a really big responsibility. It's a really great emotion.
"The team played a perfect game. For me it's a big happiness experiencing the sensations I experienced many years ago."
Source: Sky Sports