The Manchester United boss reckons only captain Wayne Rooney, veteran Michael Carrick and right-back Antonio Valencia have enough experience of lifting silverware at Old Trafford.
United have only secured one major trophy since Sir Alex Ferguson’s 2013 retirement and while Jose Mourinho has bought players like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba who have medals from other clubs, the Portuguese is worried most of his squad have not proved they have a winning mentality.
“It is something that of course we don’t have enough,” he said. “And the ones with a history of success where that belongs to their natural habitat: Rooney, Carrick, who else? Zlatan, but not in our club, Antonio Valencia and not much [else].
Jose Mourinho wants more 'winners' at Manchester United
Wayne Rooney is one of the a few players at Manchester United who have won the Premier League
“You need to feel this pressure and to cope how to live with this.”
Mourinho reckons his own record of winning silverware makes him a great at his previous clubs – but not yet at United and joked he has only made his mark by having his photo on the wall.
Man United boss Mourinho leaves the Lowry as Leicester preparations continue
Sat, February 4, 2017
A smiling Jose Mourinho was snapped leaving the Lowry this morning has preparations for Manchester United's clash with Leicester continue
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Jose Mourinho looked happy has he left the Lowry this morning
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has won trophies in every top European league apart from England
He added: “My history as a manager is made by 23 trophies. It is not made by second, fifth, lost a cup, lost the final. I am a legend in my clubs. I am a legend in Porto, in Inter, in Chelsea. I belong to their history, really high. I belong to Real Madrid’s history.
“Manchester United? I belong to the history because I have a picture in one room where all the managers are. I won a Community Shield and nothing else. The reality is history is made by the numbers.”