Mourinho eyes English returm

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Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed he would like to manage again in the Premier League.

Inter boss reveals career ambitions

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed he would like to manage again in the Premier League. Mourinho enjoyed a successful spell in charge of Chelsea from 2004 to 2007 and will return to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday for a UEFA Champions League clash. He has always made his ambitions clear and he feels there is unfinished business for him in England. The Portuguese tactician has also expressed a desire to take a top Spanish job and then lead his own country at international level. He explained: "I have, as I said before, three things to do in my career - one is to come back to English football; another thing is to win the Spanish championship, because no-one has won Italian, English and Spanish titles; and another one, when I'm old, is to coach my national team. "But, for now, I would like to keep winning with Inter."

Looking forward

Mourinho prefers not to dwell on what he might have achieved with the Blues had he not been sacked three years ago. "I feel sorry but I look forward. I feel sorry because, when I look at the big four teams while I was in England, they (the managers) are all there," he said. "Sir Alex Ferguson is here. Arsene Wenger is here. Rafa Benitez is here. I did more than enough to be here. But the decision was made. "Chelsea looked forward. I look forward. They move on. I move on. I keep winning important things. They keep winning...something. "They won an FA Cup. The most important thing is the relation we have. No regrets, no big problems. Just respect. "In football, coming back to an old team, it's important to feel like I feel. It's one of the most beautiful things in football. They move on, I move on."
Regret
Mourinho admits that he does regret the timing of his exit from Chelsea because it left him outside of the game he loves. He said: "Change one thing? It would be...I would have left the day after the FA Cup final after my third season. "The timing was wrong. I waited three or four more months more and, after that, I left in September and I didn't enjoy my time from then to the day I went to Inter. "For me, being away from football is too painful. If I had left Chelsea in May, I would have started the next season in a new club and I would not have been without football for six or seven months."

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