Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho has rubbishes rumours in the English press linking him away from Old Trafford.
Reports in English press last night suggests Mourinho is not happy with the way things are going at Old Trafford and that he could resign from his job at the end of the season.
The 54-year old tactician joined the Red Devils in May 2016 and signed a three year contract replacing Louis van Gaal.
During his first season with United, the former Real Madrid manager led the Red Devils to three major titles including the UEFA Europa Cup, EFL Cup and the Community Shield Cup.
Speaking in a press briefing ahead of his team FA Cup match against Derby County, Mourinho reinstated his commitment to United while also ruling out exit from the club anytime soon.
“If you want to ask me directly if I see myself next season at Manchester United, then I say I see myself [here],” Mourinho said.
“As I said when I arrived, I am going to leave when the club wants me to leave because I have no intention to leave at all.
“My intention is to stay and to work and to improve and to bring the club to where the club belongs.
“And I want to stay. I do not see any reason not to stay. I still have a contract. In fact I am in the middle of my contract. I am not in the last couple of months.
“My desire is to stay until the owners and the board is happy with my work.”
He added: “I am in the middle of my contract. If I am going to sign a new one of course depends on the club but my commitment with the club is total and I want to stay.”
When asked if he hopes to be at United beyond the end of his contract, Mourinho replied: “Yes, I see myself [here].
“It is just a question of [whether] the club, the owners, the board, Mr Woodward are happy with my contribution and they want me to stay beyond the end of this contract.
“But yes I want to stay.”
The two times UEFA Champions league winner also took exception to reports, which claims he could resign after two season with the club.
“The worst thing anyone can do to myself is not to say that I am a bad manager,” Mourinho said. “It is not to say that I am underperforming. It is not to say that I made a mistake in this game or that game.
“The worst thing someone can do to me is to put one inch of doubt on my professionalism or in my dedication to my club, my job, my players and to every detail related to my job.”
This comment by Mourinho will certainly serve as big blow to Paris Saint Germain who are reportedly interested in his services.