Jose Mourinho says finishing in the top four with Tottenham would be his greatest achievement given he thinks their injury crisis is the worst in Europe.
The Portuguese previously claimed that finishing second in the Premier League with Manchester United in 2017/18 was his best feat, but that would change if he can deliver Champions League football to Spurs next season.
He is being forced to play the remaining quarter of the season without a recognised striker as Harry Kane and Heung-min Son, who has undergone successful surgery on a broken arm, are injured.
Some love for the Portuguese from the Chelsea fans has appeared to wane, though Mourinho is hardly chomping at the bit to go back himself.
Asked whether returning to the club where he won three Premier League titles, he said: “No, not special, one more game.
“Because I’m a professional, as I’ve said every time I played my previous clubs, I’ll belong 200 per cent to my club. That’s it.
“The only different thing will be at the end of the game I can walk from the stadium to my house but even that I won’t take an advantage of because I’ll go back from the stadium with my players.”