FA chairman Dykeâ€™s new Âcommission received the backing of Premier League clubs on Thursday and the Chelsea boss was the first to pledge his backing.
Chelsea boss Mourinho said: â€śIâ€™m ready for a private discussion and I would be more than happy to talk to Greg.
â€śIf itâ€™s under discussion, Iâ€™m ready. If people think I can give one inch of contribution Iâ€™m ready. The pure discussion is not good. But Âsolutions can be good.
â€śSo if the right people think my experience of abroad â€“ of managing in important leagues and countries, knowing English football as well as I do â€“ if they think I can give a Âcontribution to the internal debate to end in the solution we all want, Iâ€™m ready for that.â€ť
Mourinho maintains that, despite his passport, he thinks the future of the English game is massively important.
He said: â€śI care about English football. I care. I want my players to be selected for England and give everything for the national team.
â€śI never tell a player with a small injury to stay and forget the national team. When the phone rings and itâ€™s the national side I take the call with pleasure. I want to help and support an academy to bring English players to the top.
â€śThe only match I want England to lose is when they play Portugal. All the other matches I want them to win and succeed.
â€śWe have three players in the team at the moment but if I could have four, five or six Chelsea players in the team I would be happy.â€ť
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