The Blues boss returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer after leaving Spanish giants Real Madrid and is now keen to see out his managerial career in west London
The Portuguese came back to Stamford Bridge in the summer after a turbulent three-year spell at Real Madrid, having won two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and two League Cups during his first tenure at Stamford Bridge from 2004 to 2007.
Mourinho originally left Chelsea by mutual consent but is now adamant that he wants to see out his managerial career in west London.
“My future is Chelsea and if Chelsea decides it’s time to stop our relationship, it’s Chelsea that decides,” he told reporters. “Not me. I want to stay forever.
“When Chelsea decides it’s time to stop, it’s then time for me to think about my future.”
Chelsea are currently second in the Premier League, having defeated Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield on Sunday, but third-placed Manchester City lie a point behind with a game in hand.