Jose Mourinho covered a variety of issues in his pre-match press conference today ahead of Chelsea's trip to Hull,
The Portuguese was questioned on the race for the Premier League title with Manchester City, summer transfer plans, the club's lack of penalties this season and plenty more besides.
Here are our top five Mourinho quotes from this afternoon's briefing at Cobham.
How many points are needed to clinch the title?
Chelsea lead the way in the Premier League ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures.
They travel to Hull City with a six-point lead on Manchester City in second-place.
Mourinho has targeted 22 points from his team’s remaining games to make absolutely sure of claiming the crown.
That means seven wins and a draw will do it for the Special One.
Chelsea have been top of the Premier League all season and Mourinho is comfortable at the summit.
The Blues boss’ faith in his squad his unshakeable this season despite seeing them go out of the FA Cup to Bradford and exit the Champions League to PSG.
Simply irresistible towards the beginning of the campaign, the Stamford Bridge club have gone through something of a sticky patch of late.
But this quote from Mourinho shows he hasn’t lost any of the self-confidence that saw him become the Special One.
Mourinho has claimed Chelsea's transfer dealings will be “nice and quiet” this summer and will not be restricted by Financial Fair Play rules.
The Blues added Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas to the Stamford Bridge in the summer after falling short in the title race to City last term.
Signing the Spanish internationals has seen Chelsea develop as a team and Mourinho clearly doesn’t feel the need to spend big again during the close-season.
You still wouldn’t bet against one or two new faces though.
Solving the puzzle
Mourinho has defended Chelsea’s decision to publicise their lack of penalties via an article headlined 'Penalty Puzzle' on the club’s website.
It pointed out that Chelsea have only been awarded two Premier League penalties this term, which is less than in previous seasons and fewer than their title rivals.
The club described the number as “abnormally low” but Mourinho, who was fined after claiming there was a campaign against his side in January, played down the report.
Mourinho believes Chelsea have a significant lead at the top of the Premier League but won’t be letting his players take their eyes off the ball.
But while the Special One is confident his team will get over the line, he insists the players will remain focused until the the trophy is in safely the Stamford Bridge cabinet.
Mourinho delivered instant success in his first stint as Chelsea manager by winning the league at the first attempt.
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