Mourinho and Manchester United endured an unexpected defeat against Brighton.
"Paul said that so Paul has to answer that".
Mourinho has faced a turbulent week in the press in the wake of his side's 3-2 defeat to Brighton Sunday, while it was claimed he told friends he would have quit any club other than United due to a lack of backing from above.
A tetchy Mourinho was also asked to comment on reports that his relationship with United CEO Ed Woodward has been strained following a transfer window that did not see the central defenders Mourinho asked for arriving at Old Trafford.
"I feel we played well against Leicester (City) and we won".
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Former Liverpool ace Steve Nicol believes the speculation over Mourinho's future could convince Martial to stick around.
But both players were brought in at a combined cost of £60 million ($76 million) since Mourinho was appointed and the Portuguese coach has equally failed to harness their potential or get the best out of an expensively assembled squad.
Although the Premier League season is only entering its third round of matches this weekend, Jose Mourinho is already displaying strains of dissatisfaction with life at Manchester United. "But I have enough experience to know that in football you can not look back for good results, for bad results and you have always to look to the next one".
Nemanja Matic, Alex Sanchez and Antonio Valencia all missed the trip to the south coast but has been back in training this week and all three could be included for the visit of Spurs.
"You have to play against 19 opponents at Old Trafford and away, you have to play against everyone, I don't know if it's the right time".