Jose Mourinho is keeping his options open as to which team in England he will manage next and he has not ruled out a Chelsea return.
The Real Madrid boss is clear in his mind that he will return to the English top flight when his tenure at the Bernabeu ends.
After guiding Chelsea to two league titles during his three-year stay at Stamford Bridge, the 'Special One' left in September 2007 amid reports of a rift with club owner Roman Abramovich.
While the Portuguese tactician admits he is a London Blue at heart, he also insists he is a professional and as a result is keeping his options open as to the next move in his illustrious career.
Mourinho told Sky Sports News HD in an exclusive interview: "When I speak about it in Spain, they turn my words immediately. But I cannot deny what is clear in my mind - after Real Madrid, England. That's for sure.
"But I keep saying the same - I know clearly that it's where I want to be."
Asked how many clubs he could go to in England, he replied: "In England - everyone, everyone.
"I'm Blue - I'm a London Blue - but I am a professional."
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