Mourinho says `best yet to come` at `natural habitat` Chelsea

London: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has said that he is back in his `natural habitat` and that that the best is yet to come from him.

According to the Mirror, the returning Chelsea manager, whose team face Hull City at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, considered the Premier League as his favourite competition, with his experiences in three other countries.

Stating that he has come back to his natural habitat in Chelsea, the Portuguese said that the best is yet to come from him as he is better than before following his previous experiences, adding that age is a plus for managers, unlike players.

However, Mourinho insisted that he want to be seen a person who is connected to England, even though he is not British, giving everything for his club, adding that he is grateful and happy at the suggestion from Premier League chief Richard Scudamore that he is the `stardust` needed by England after the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson .

A two-time Premier League winner, Mourinho also said that he looks forward to the `salt and pepper` of football and the unpredictability of every game with Chelsea.


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