Scott, 36, was confirmed with a three-year extension to his existing contract to lead the Roos through until the end of 2016.
Roos management also announced new contracts for gun on-ballers Jack Ziebell and Daniel Wells at the same time the coach signed a substantial extension.
Scott revealed his discussions to extend his existing contract which was due to expire at the end of this season, were swift.
The dual Brisbane Lions premiership defender declared he wanted to stay on with North Melbourne's plans for a continued rise toward potential premiership glory within the next few seasons.
Renowned Kangaroos culture was a temptation to originally join the Roos a head-coach late into 2009 after three years as an assistant to Mick Malthouse at Collingwood and now to extend his stay, Scott confessed.
"I've been really pleasantly surprised at the culture that exists within this club," he said.
"I constantly say it's an envy culture. In my belief it is unrivalled in the competition.
"We have the greatest culture in the history of AFL footbball.
"It's been an absolute privilege to not only embrace that culture, but to try and grow it and make sure that our players embrace it."
A confident Scott committed to a continued rise from his Kangas toward sustained presence in the cut-throat AFL finals, but stopped short of declaring a premiership target.
The Roos finished ninth in each of Scott's first two seasons at the helm in 2010-11 and eighth last season in North's first finals appearance since 2008.
“We’re aiming to compete every single game, every single contest,” he said.
“But the planning that has been put in place we’ve been very patient, we believe that to build sustained success you have got to be patient and you’ve got to be systematic in the way you approach things.
“We haven’t taken any short cuts at any point and we’ve never deviated from our strategy.
“The board have been kept absolutely across the football department strategy and they would also back up the fact that we will stay to our football strategy.
“Our process is ongoing and I’m looking forward to the future, no doubt.
“But I’m not prepared to say when I think we’re going to achieve the ultimate success.”
Roos chief executive Carl Dilena declared Scott the "best young coach" in the AFL.
"A key person responsible for driving our football strategy, building tdoes he nucleus of our team and developing a foundation for success has been our senior coach, Brad Scott," said the Roos boss.
"He is, in our view, the best young coach in football.
"Not only does he bring tremendous innovation and systematic strategy to our football development, he is also a man of great character and integrity."