Ex-star happy with his time at Manchester United

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'I am doing the work that I've done with every other club so we go for it this season.

'We are much better organised at every level. We are going to try to win the title.

Both Lukaku and Matic represented more than just regular signings - by hijacking Chelsea's bid for the Belgian striker and then weakening the defending champions existing squad by securing Matic, Mourinho sent out a warning sign to the rival clubs and further underlined his title-winning aspirations. And I always had respect and the desire to do well in the English cups and I always liked to go to the finals. He's not a young guy coming from another country. "Last season, two of them were not in Europe", Mourinho said.

"I have better conditions to deliver a better season than my first one".

His first season at United was a year of building - and now he is ready to get to the top again.

If reports are to be believed, Mourinho is still looking to sign one more player before the transfer window slams shut at the end of August and if they manage to acquire a versatile winger, they will a resemble a force that should easily challenge for the title.

West Ham forward Javier Hernandez is excited to play against his former club Manchester United this weekend and has said that he feels only "happiness" towards the club that brought him to the Premier League several years ago.

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'I'm on fire, ' he smiled when asked to describe his mood.

Midfield: Nemanja Matic is set to make his league debut for United following his move from Chelsea after impressing against Madrid in midweek and the Serbian should start alongside Ander Herrera in the middle of the park.

Ahead of the Premier League opener against West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday, he said: "My initial analysis from January and progressing through other months I was thinking of four players but I am not a hard person to work with, even if looks different or you want to make it look so".

"I just think that naturally, a manager in the second season knows the players and knows the club better".

Mourinho says the Serb's consistency is what makes him a victor, explaining: "He is one of those players where there are no question marks with him". "I understand the reality of the market, of the numbers". I trust that the player is going to perform, so I think he is a fantastic signing'.

Promoted Brighton take on Manchester City this evening before Tottenham and Manchester United finally get in on the action on Sunday. Better squads are better equipped to win the title.

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