Special One will only leave Stamford Bridge when club needs ‘a change’.
Jose Mourinho has insisted he only leave Chelsea when everyone at the club has ‘had enough’ of him.
The Special One returned to Stamford Bridge for a second spell as manager this summer, insisting he was back ‘home’.
After winning two league titles in three seasons, the Portuguese left West London in 2007 by mutual consent after reportedly falling out with owner Roman Abramovich.
The 50-year-old has never spent more than three years at any club but claims he will not leave Chelsea again out of ‘personal choice’ and will only depart when the club needs a change.
Asked by reporters about his exit from Real Madrid in May, Mourinho replied: “It’s hard to talk about things from the past that are professional and not personal.
“It was a good stage with Madrid. My club in Spain is Madrid, in addition to Canillas, and it is always going to be Madrid, except when up against Chelsea.
“Would I return? I will not go back to Madrid. I’m where I want to be and where I am happier.
“At Chelsea I will not leave out of a personal choice but when everyone in the club agrees, when we all think we have had enough or when we need to make a change.”