The pair trained in the morning and will feature at Swindon in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night.
Mourinho said: "I hope he tells me on the pitch 'you are wrong, I'm the best and I have to play every game'.
"I would love that. I'm waiting for a professional reaction. I want him to be fantastic. I hope he can.
"The past is the past, what matters is now. You have to be judged for what you do now.
"I have my options, but the thing that I most love in football is when the players prove that I'm wrong."