I belong in top-level football, says Jose Mourinho

I belong in top-level football, says Jose Mourinho

'He'll probably be at least three or four weeks, he's got a calf problem and that's sad, ' Solskjaer said.

The impact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made following his arrival at Manchester United has been impressive.

With Fellaini injured, Solskjaer has suggested that Scott McTominay's chances of going out on loan may have receded.

The main focus now, though, is Saturday's match against Brighton.

Chris Smalling and Alexis Sanchez are both injury doubts ahead of Manchester United's meeting with Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend, according to reports.

"The people that win and the people who win consistently - you can win isolated and then disappear - the people who win consistently have a different idea about that".

"He's champing at the bit in training". I have to say I look forward to getting up in the morning to start work again.

"Everything good I did with players is not news anymore", stated Mourinho.

"As I've said before, you go into every single game as a Manchester United coach, as a player or manager, thinking you'll win the next one, that's just the nature of this club", said Solskjaer.

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"Overconfident? No, you can not be too confident", the Norwegian said.

"My wish is that the ones who are starting, like I, Pep, Ancelotti was, I hope they transform their image and reputation in results".

"That was a big sign for me that something wasn't quite right". Everyone said about Tottenham being the test - I don't think that is the test in the respect of attitude, because you know the players are going to be up for that.

In his first interview since leaving Manchester United, he told BeIN Sports: "I want to coach".

The caretaker boss is enjoying life back at his old stomping ground and has found a place to live as he plans to leave the Lowry hotel - home to Mourinho throughout his two-and-a-half-year tenure.

On settling back in at his old club, he added: 'I love it to be fair.

Former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss Mourinho is not considering walking away from the game, however, revealing on Thursday that he believes he belongs at the top level of management.

"I keep saying this because people don't know what is going on behind the scenes".

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