Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has said that making history at the club, will be more difficult than at Chelsea.
Mourinho has already been forced to deny reports he could leave Old Trafford at the end of this season.
The Portuguese won a league title before the end of his second season at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, but United are 15 points behind current leaders and rivals Manchester City.
He now admits that what he did at Chelsea will be hard to replicate at United.
“Everybody knows that in Italy – I am Inter, Inter, Inter. In Spain – I am Real Madrid, Real Madrid, Real Madrid.
“Everybody knows this kind of emotional connection that I keep with the clubs and that’s the way I’m doing.
“The difference between Chelsea and United is that I really belong to Chelsea’s history because I won three Premier Leagues, I won cups, lots of things there, the club won their first Premier League in 2004.
“So I have a history there and here my history is the history of somebody who works hard every day.
“[United] won the only competition the club never won, but everybody knows the Europa League is not the ‘El Dorado’ of football, and I come in a moment where it is more difficult to make history,” Mourinho stated.