Jose Mourinho has refused to be drawn on the debate about whether he would be doing better than David Moyes had he been anointed as Alex Ferguson's successor.
The Chelsea boss was informed directly by Ferguson that the Old Trafford post would be vacated in the summer, but insists he has no regrets about being overlooked.
With United seventh and clearly in transition under Moyes, the obvious question is whether Mourinho would have had a greater impact at United.
But the Blues' boss said: “It’s impossible to judge and analyse and I am not. Because I am not, there is no point in doing that.
“What I think is that David is the right guy for the job. With the stability they’re going to give him, for sure he’ll get results as the consequence of his quality and the club’s stability.
“I am where I want to be. There is no other story. I am where I want to be and I want to go nowhere else. I want to be here. I don’t want another job. There is no point.
“ After [Spain] I wanted England [again], and if possible, Chelsea. It’s the only time I said I want this country and, if possible, this club.
"If it wasn’t Chelsea I would be here in another club. But when the door of my club opened for me, I had the job I want to have.”