Casillas is amicable towards the departing coach.
Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas admits that the club did not achieve what they should have under new Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, but that he bares no grudges towards the 50-year-old.
Mourinho was in charge at the Santiago Bernabeu for three years before his return to the Blues was announced on Monday, yet despite unprecedented success in all of his previous jobs the Portuguese boss won just two major trophies at Madrid.
Whilst Casillas agrees that his former manager did not succeed as expected in the Spanish capital, the goalkeeper does not want to end things with Mourinho on bad terms.
“I don’t hold any grudge nor do I feel mistreated by him,” the 32-year-old was quoted in the Sun.
“Unfortunately we weren’t able to achieve our objectives in the Copa del Rey and Champions League in the end, but there’s no point going on about that.
“Mourinho has embarked on a new journey and I wish him the best.”
The ‘keeper spent three seasons playing under the former FC Porto and Inter Milan manager between 2010 and 2013 and although his success wasn’t quite as extensive as it was in the past, Mourinho’s one and only La Liga triumph in 2012 yielded the best points total in Spanish history – 100.
In 13 years as a manager the man who dubbed himself a ‘Special One’ during his first term as Chelsea boss has won 14 major trophies; including league titles in three major European leagues and two Champions League triumphs.