'Grumpy Jose Mourinho regrets taking the Tottenham job'

Tanya Simon
February 13, 2020

But surprisingly Manchester United, who are now eighth on the table and six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, were left out of his list.

Jose Mourinho has admitted he has a "difficult" job on his hands at Tottenham, but says he is "really happy" in north London and excited about the future.

With Jose Mourinho having a history of falling out with his stars, one of his former Tottenham Hotspur players has now hit back at the Portuguese coach. Mourinho admits that he is proud of his former Chelsea captain for going to the Championship and then returning to the Premier League.

Spurs will look to maintain their push for Champions League football next season when they travel to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday.

With high-flying Liverpool and Man City set to seal the top two slots, clubs are now left to jostle for the other two Champions League places. Not just because of the position that they are in the table, it is because of the power and quality.

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'You know me quite well, enough to know that I am really happy. And I don't see how he's improved them at all. I like very much the relationship I have with them.

He said: "I think the boys enjoyed a break, they needed a break, but now they are back, focused and they have been working well".

"Sometimes I like to feel the cold weather and I like to change a little bit, ' Mourinho told Sky Sports".

"That's just me. The reality is that I am happy, and I look forward to what is coming, and even more for what is coming next season".

That represents significant progress on the 14th place they were languishing in when Mourinho succeeded Mauricio Pochettino in November. I'm there to work, to do what the manager needs me to do and, to be honest, I'll play anywhere. But if I don't they might think Tottenham were right to let me go.

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