Jose Mourinho has revealed that he will remain in London, even after he finishes his spell as the manager of Chelsea, and one of his potential destinations in the forseeable future could be rivals Arsenal.
The Portuguese manager is under fire owing to the poor start the Blues have made this season. Mourinho's side have notched just four points from five games, and they are currently just above the bottom three of the English Premier League.
Although Chelsea have clinched just one win out of their five Premier League games this season so far, the ex-Real Madrid boss feels that he is still the right man for the job.
However, Mourinho, who introduced himself as "the happy one" after taking over Chelsea in his second managerial stint in 2013, admitted that there are plenty of opportunities for a manager in London.
"Let me put it like this: one day I will leave Chelsea and when I do I will continue living in London," the Portuguese coach was quoted by Daily Mail.
"There are a number of other opportunities for a manager in London - Fulham, QPR, West Ham, Spurs, the England national team... and Arsenal."
The above replies from Jose Mourinho came after Arsenal fan and celebrity Piers Morgan met him over a freewheeling chat. Morgan, a media personality, has always been critical of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, and has called for the Frenchman's sacking on various occasions.
It is highly unlikely that Mourinho will go ahead in managing a club who do not play in Europe consistently, and that is the reason why the ex-Real Madrid boss has stated that he is left with only two choices -- replace Wenger as the next manager of Arsenal or take over from Roy Hodgson as the England national team manager.
"We are left with two options, yes? Arsenal and the England national team," the Chelsea boss said.
And after being told by Morgan to be a bit more precise, Mourinho stated: "Patience".