Jose Mourinho is looking forward to next season at Manchester United, claiming he won’t be making any errors.
His first season at Old Trafford has been difficult with his transition period but he’s already secured Community Shield, the EFL Cup and is now very close to winning the Europa League as his side plays in the final in Stockholm next Wednesday against Ajax.
Supporters have been left disappointed by results in the Premier League as Man United will finish sixth this season, however, there has been clear progress as the team look to move forward underneath the Portuguese boss.
Speaking about the situation, Mourinho claims it’ll only get better from here at Old Trafford.
“The first season is hard. I enjoy the second because in the second, I know I’m not making mistakes,” he said.
“You think you know the players, but you don’t. You only know them when you have them in good moments and bad moments.
“The one I really enjoy to do is the transition from the first to the second season.
“I try to analyse the realities before I arrived in the club. But you only know the reality when you are inside,
“I always had the question mark what happened that stopped Man United to be successful in the last three, four, five years?
“One answer, the reality of the Premier League, the economic power in many clubs. The stability that clubs manage to give.
“There is work to be done on the Manchester squad. The good thing is the club knows, the board knows. And we are together on this process.”
Mourinho has set the foundations in place to build a brilliant team and with just a few new players this summer, his side could be serious title contenders.
He knows how to fill gaps in the team and I’m confident he’ll be able to attract the biggest names to Old Trafford, as he managed last summer.