El Submarino Amarillo president has expressed his delight after seeing his club return to Spain's top tier, bouncing back only a year after suffering relegation
Jonathan Pereira's strike was enough to earn a 1-0 win over rivals Almeria on the final day of the season to ensure a runners-up spot behind champions Elche.
Roig could not hide his delight after the 'Yellow Submarine' made sure of a return to Spain's top flight after a year in the footballing wilderness.
"This will be good for our future," the club head was quoted by AS.
"We've restructured a lot of things. It hasn't been easy, but we're in the Primera Division again.
"The fans have been tremendous," he added
The Villarreal president also confirmed that Marcelino Garcia will remain as coach at El Madrigal into next season.
"It had been planned in advance and Marcelino will continue," he added, giving backing to the current trainer.
Marcos Senna, who was part of Villarreal side that reached the Champions League semi-finals in 2006, also spoke of his genuine happiness at being part of the promotion-winning side.
"This is huge," the 36-year-old former Spain international enthused.
"There’s so much joy. We've achieved our target."