The left-back supported the Portuguese manager to maintain his record for trophies in his second year in a job
Sergio Reguilon is convinced Tottenham will win trophies under Jose Mourinho.
After a good start to the season, Spurs have fallen behind in the Premier League title race, having won just one of their last six games to leave them six points behind the leaders. Liverpool.
But Reguilon, 24, left-back, who joined real Madrid in summer, is impressed with the old Chelsea, Inter and Manchester United the mentality of the coach and expects him to bring silverware to North London.
He said in an interview with AS: “I saw, I don’t know where, that in his second year, Mourinho won a title with all the teams he has been with.
“I look at him personally, I see this assurance that he has in himself and I say: ‘We are going to gain something, yes’.
“We’re going to have to win something. With that mentality, things get done.”
the Spain international has long been an admirer of Mourinho and was touched by a gesture the Portuguese manager made on Christmas.
“I always said that I wanted to play at some point in my life as Prime Minister and I also said that I wanted Mourinho to train me in my career. Many factors came together to make this possible,” a he declared.
“Mourinho called me several times before making the decision. It was a reason to take into account, his insistence, because if he loved me so much it would be for something.
“I always say the same thing, I would like you to know him as I know him. I could tell a thousand wonderful anecdotes.
“For example, on Christmas Day, he knows I’m alone. We trained on the 25th and I had a box in my space. I open it and it was a suckling pig already cooked.
“He said to me,” I know you’re alone at Christmas so you don’t have to cook dinner and you can eat well. “There are details that people don’t know on a daily basis. For a footballer, [the coach] being aware of how far away you are from football is very important. “
Alongside Spain coach Luis Enrique, Mourinho is one of the best coaches the full-back has played for, while Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane was a notable exception to his first two.
“For me, Mourinho and Luis Enrique are two better coaches. Everyone has their own method, each teacher has their own book,” he said.
“Luis Enrique likes more being in control of the ball, more like the Spanish philosophy of taking care of the ball. Mourinho likes that we are strong, that we also have the ball, of course, but these are different ways of training. But in their measure, they are both at the top.