Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he would return to management if two conditions are met.
In his recent interview monitored by Goal, the Portuguese tactician also admitted that he misses the dugout but won’t rush his return to management.
According to him, he will only return to management if he finds the right club that motivates him.
Mourinho further said that the club must be in the right league.
He has been without a managerial job since being sacked by Premier League giants Manchester United towards the end of last year.
Jose Mourinho was sacked by the Red Devils after he oversaw a disastrous start to this Premier League season by their standards.
The former Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss was dismissed after 30 months on the job.
Mourinho was appointed the Manchester United manager in the summer of 2016 and went on to win three trophies in his first season at the club.
Since leaving the Manchester United job, he has been linked with several jobs including the Real Madrid managerial post which has since been taken by French football legend Zinedine Zidane.
Jose Mourinho also spoke on his desire to manage his country (Portugal) and he was quick to point out that the position of current recipient Fernando Santos is not under threat from him.