Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has openly admitted that he still wishes to make a return to the Premier League 'in a couple of years'.
The Portuguese enjoyed successful spells as manager of FC Porto, Chelsea and Inter Milan before taking over the hot seat at Los Blancos in 2010.
But Mourinho, who is revered at Stamford Bridge, has openly admitted his love of the English game and has described a return to the Premier League as 'the next step'.
He said: "I am very, very happy to be in Real Madrid. It is a great experience for me.
"I believe it is probably the biggest club in the history of football, I didn't want to miss the chance to work here but my passion is England and my next step will be to go back, if possible go and stay for a long time.
"Get me a club in a couple of years, get me a good club."
The 48-year-old insists that 'individual genius' at both playing and managing can make or break a game at the end of the day.
He said: "I think the genius will make always the difference. And the genius in my sport is about some unbelievable players that can break every organisation and every work you can do.
"Genius in managing also exists.
"For me in football the most important thing is man management. Football for me is a human science, it is about man."
And the self proclaimed 'Special One' believes failure can be one of the main attractions of sport, adding: "Emotional intelligence is crucial at this level in every sport.
"It is one thing to take a penalty winning 5-0 in a friendly, another thing is to take a penalty kick in the last minute of the Champions League or World Cup final.
"I try to prepare my players the best I can but in the end of the day they are the guys that decide everything in the right moment. They make the difference.
"I analyse them in a group context always but I know they are all unique.
"This is an amazing experience - many of us don't want to quit, never. We want to go to the last day we can because this leadership becomes part of our life."