Mourinho's future at Old Trafford has been called into question during the opening stages of the new Premier League season following the club's worst start to a campaign since 1992-93, in addition to reports of unrest behind the scenes. To the manager that finished fifth?
Burnley, though, have yet to find anything near the form they showed last season, when they finished a surprising seventh in the league and earned an unlikely qualification for the Europa League.
"Of course", Mourinho said.
"Yeah, but they didn't have that song when we beat them at Wembley a couple of months ago, that final they had a big dream to go, a title they had a big dream to win, because they don't win many".
The 55-year-old added that finishing runners-up in the league last season was one of his "greatest achievements".
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has no shortage of respect for Mourinho, who, as well as triumphing in the Premier League three times with Chelsea, has also won the top flight in Spain, Italy and Portugal, and the Champions League twice.
A further report disclosed Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward is ready to stick with Jose Mourinho but the Portugal worldwide has to pull a win over Burnley.
Romero made a good save from Stoke striker Tyrese Campbell in the second half as United moved up to second in Premier League Two Division Two.
Zidane, meanwhile, is now out of work after resigning as Real Madrid boss after the end of last season.
Mourinho won the Serie A title with Inter Milan in 2009 and 2010, the Spanish title with Real Madrid in 2012 and three Premier League titles with Chelsea. "And I answer the question".
"The history, the way Jose did in all the places he was - it's hat's off", Guardiola said. There is no doubts about his quality.
That result was met with jeers of "you're not special anymore" from the travelling Spurs support, but Mourinho was quick to remind them of another one of his accomplishments. "That does not mean they are not good".
While delivering a somewhat memorable press conference after the game, he noted how supporters responded to United's performance by applauding them off the pitch, reminding reporters in the room that fans are always the best judge of a how a team has played.