Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been speaking to the press today ahead of his sides Premier League fixture against West Brom on Sunday.
The Baggies are currently rock bottom of the table and barring a minor miracle they will be relegated come May. However, Mourinho insists that he is surprised by their struggles, due to the quality and experience they have in their squad, and revealed that he expects a tough game this weekend.
United’s Portuguese coach once again reiterated that his main aim is to finish second in the Premier League this season.
He also refused to entertain questions about the futures of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, and insisted the media should focus more on the players who actually start every game and not always those who are on the bench.
The 54-year-old was also quick to point out that since he was appointed United manager Rashford has actually featured in more games than any other player.
Mourinho revealed that he has no concerns over his players becoming complacent after their superb 3-2 victory over local rivals Man City last weekend, and stated that he has been happy with his squads application in training this week.