The Special One has never lost to Arsene Wenger and that trend continued on Sunday afternoon as the Blues ground out a goalless draw at the Emirates.
Chelsea now need just two wins to be mathematically certain of glory and could have it all wrapped up by this time next weekend if they can beat Leicester and then Crystal Palace.
Mourinho said: “It is a point. We need five to be Champions and we are in the countdown.
“We need points so if we get three points in the next game, we need two, if we get one, we need four.
“If we lose we need five. The team is very confident and playing extremely well so we know it is in our hands.
John Terry , who was overlooked for tonight’s PFA Player of the Year award, was man of the match against the Gunners to help Chelsea keep a clean sheet.
Mourinho was left in awe of his skipper’s performance at the Emirates and believes it was the best game of football he’s ever seen the 34-year-old play.
He added: "I was telling John in the dressing room that he made fantastic performances with me in six years more or less that we are together.
“But for me this was his best performance that I have ever seen from John Terry in a defensive point of view.
"This performance with a goal would be something from the moon, but even without a goal scored his defensive performance was absolutely amazing."