The returning Blues manager can seemingly turn his hand to anything.
Jose Mourinho has announced that not only will the Portuguese boss be managing his beloved Chelsea this season, but will also help England qualify for the 2014 World Cup.
The 50-year-old has a number of senior international English players at Stamford Bridge and along with trying to bring silverware to west London, Mourinho will also be doing his bit for the ‘Special One’s’ adopted country.
“I want to help. I want to support them,” the former Inter Milan and Real Madrid ace was quoted in the Sun.
“I’ll prepare them well, motivate them well to have a good season – and let them arrive in the last part of the season in great condition.
“I’ll make them an option for the national team – and make them an option for the national manager. I will do with my English players everything I can to support them.
“And I will be very happy if England and my English players can succeed.”
It’s pretty good news for fans of the Three Lions as in all honesty the national team could do with all the help they can get following an average qualifying campaign to date.
So far England have drawn three of their six matches in group H – against Montenegro, Ukraine and Poland – and have only managed victories over international minnows Moldova and San Marino (twice).
The nations’s qualification for the World Cup in Brazil is still in doubt as they sit second in the table behind Montenegro, although the leaders did lose their last match 4-0 to Ukraine, meaning top spot for the English is in their own hands.
If Mourinho keeps true to the manager’s promise, then national players such as Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, Ryan Bertrand and Gary Cahill will be ready and raring to go by next summer though.