Self assured Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes that he only has one major problem these days, and that’s that he is getting too good, according to The Sun.
The self proclaimed ‘special one’ has made no secret of what he thinks of his own abilities and has once again spoken out about how highly rated he is.
Currently in the hunt to collect his third title as Chelsea boss, adding to his league championships in both Spain and Italy, he has a good cause to lay claim to being the best manager in the world right now.
And that’s not mentioning his unprecedented Champions League win whilst in charge of Portuguese big guns FC Porto before coming to England.
But that is apparently only the beginning, as he feels he is still improving and getting better all the time.
“I think I have a problem,” he said.
“Which is I’m getting better at everything related to my job since I started.
“There has been evolution in many different areas – the way I read the game.
“The way I prepare the game; the way I train.
“The methodology. I feel better and better.
“But there is one point where I cannot change: when I face the media, I am never a hypocrite.”