The Portuguese was appointed as manager of Tottenham this week, almost a year since he was sacked by United.
Asked if he believed he was a better manager than he was 11 months ago when he was sacked by United. "I think so. You are what you are but I had time to think about many things.
"I realised that during my career, I made mistakes and I'm not going to make the same mistakes. I'm going to make new mistakes.
"I am humble. I am humble enough to try to analyse my career. Not just the last year but the problems and the solutions. The principle of my analysis was not to blame anyone else.
"I'm nobody to advise people but to have a break was very positive for me. Having the first summer where I didn't work was not good for me. I was a bit lost. But it was good for me. I even learned how to be a pundit."