Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has expressed his desire to once again manage a top side in the English Premier League.
The former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager wants a second stint in England in the next couple of years, but insisted that he was happy with his current position as Real Madrid manager.
Mourinho has claimed EPL to be his passion and intends to stay in England for a long period after he joins any top club in England, The Telegraph reports.
"I am very, very happy to be in Real Madrid. It is a great experience for me.I believe it is probably the biggest club in the history of football and I didn't want to miss the chance to work here," said Mourinho to BBC Radio Four's Today programme.
"But my passion is England and my next step will be to go back, if possible go and stay for a long time. Get me a club in a couple of years, get me a good club," he further added. Mourinho has been long linked with the various top Premier League clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea.
Many also considered him the natural successor to Sir Alex Ferguson at the point of time when he calls it quits as the manager of Manchester United. But with Ferguson still going strong this seems high unlikely in the near future.
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