Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho has uncovered he is focusing on a 15-year remain at Old Trafford, telling ESPN in a meeting on Tuesday that he needs to reestablish the solidness of the Alex Ferguson time.
Mourinho, who assumed control over the Premier League goliaths a year ago, told the system's site that he is urgent to convey maintained accomplishment over a long haul period similarly as Ferguson did over about three decades.
Joined have not won the Premier League title since Ferguson's retirement in 2013, with the club attempting to rediscover its predominance under David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.
Mourinho has never put in longer than three years as supervisor of a club amid his trophy-loaded vocation.
However, the 54-year-old, talking as his group get ready to confront Manchester City in Houston on Thursday in the most recent leg of their US visit, demanded he saw United as a long haul extend.
"I am prepared for this," Mourinho told ESPN. "I am prepared for the following 15, I would state. Here? Yes, why not?
"I need to concede that it is exceptionally troublesome on account of the weight around our occupations, everyone putting weight on chiefs and things that individuals say – that we need to win, yet as a general rule just a single can win and consistently it is getting more troublesome.
"This club, for such a large number of years, was Sir Alex. Individuals got accustomed to it; individuals comprehended the colossal results of that soundness.
"After David [Moyes] and Mr. [Louis] Van Gaal, I go to my second year and ideally I can stay and give that steadiness that the club needs. I will attempt, yet once more, I should attempt to merit that, however that is the thing that I attempt each day that I work."
Mourinho trusts Ferguson's 27-year reign at United will never be imitated in the present day amusement.
"I think Sir Alex's vocation is novel," Mourinho said. "I don't think it is conceivable to copy.
"No one will be in a similar club for such a variety of years, be in a similar class for such a variety of years. I think [Arsenal supervisor Arsene] Wenger will be the last with a comparative story as far as remaining at a club for such a large number of years.
"Be that as it may, I, what I attempt to do in current football these days is to attempt to should remain in the club, on the grounds that at this time, it is about progress. You have achievement, you remain in the club. You don't have achievement, you don't remain."