Jose Mourinho has set his sights on winning a Premier League title with Tottenham next season.
Mourinho has taken over from Mauricio Pochetino at Spurs following the Argentinian’s ruthless sacking earlier this week and was unveiled at a packed press conference on Thursday.
He arrives in north London having won more Premier League titles than any serving manager after three previous successes in his two spells with Chelsea.
“I am humble. I am humble enough to try to analyse my career,” he said. “Manchester last year, to analyse my career, the problems and the solutions. I was humble enough for that.
“The principle of the analysis was not to blame anyone else.
“I am nobody to advise people, but sometimes to have a break, it looked very positive for me.
“I can say that because it was the first summer I didn’t work, it wasn’t easy. I felt a little bit lost during that pre-season period, but before that and after it was a learning process. I even learned how to be a pundit.”