Chelsea boss Mourinho: Lampard, Terry know there's no guarantees with me
"I'll tell you, because the boys, who know me, know how I am," said Mourinho. "They know they must work. There are no favourites.
"They have great quality and great character and offer great balance to the younger players.
"Beyond the ones I know, the club has done very well in the past years to bring some great talent here.
"Every club has ambition to add a couple of new players, to improve the squad and increase competitiveness.
"The most important part of my job is improvement of the boys. Big potential. I am more than happy to help them."
"I have to say, as a manager, I am sad that I will go to Old Trafford and not see Sir Alex on the touchline. It's very sad for me as a competitor.
"But David (Moyes), certainly has the conditions to succeed. He has the protection and security of the club."