Patrick Mahomes has his sights building a dynasty with the Kansas Chiefs after guiding the franchise to their first Super Bowl triumph for 50 years.

Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP after orchestrating a fourth-quarter comeback which saw the Chiefs secure a 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

The 24-year-old quarterback completed 26 of his 42 pass attempts for 286 yards and threw two touchdowns to increase suggestions that he could become the NFL's highest-paid player during the offseason.

Despite still having one year remaining on his current rookie contract, with the option for a further 12 months, Mahomes is now eligible for an extension during the after playing three years in the league.

And the former Texas Tech quarterback, who was named the NFL's MVP for the 2018 season, indicated that he is planning to stay at Arrowhead Stadium for the long run.

Patrick Mahomes inspired a fourth-quarter victory over the San Francisco 49ers

"That's stuff that's handled with other people,'' Mahomes said on Monday. "Obviously, I want to be in Kansas City for a long time.

"I understand that and also I want to win a lot of football games here.

"For me, it's kind of letting that stuff handle itself. I'm in a great organisation. I have a great team of guys working for me, guys and girls.

"For me, it's about trusting those people and finding the best way to do it in order to have the best team around me.''

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The Chiefs' win in Miami also gave Andy Reid the first Super Bowl triumph of his 21-year head coaching career to secure his legacy as one of the NFL's greatest coaches

And the 61-year-old paid tribute to Mahomes while also saying that he has no intention of retiring anytime soon.

"I still enjoy what I'm doing,'' Reid said. "I've got this young quarterback over here that makes life easy.

"Every day it's a pleasure to come to work and know that I have an opportunity to coach him and his teammates.''