United slipped to 13th in the table after registering their worst start to a season since 1992 with back-to-back defeats to Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur, but Mourinho, according to Matic, never showed any signs of strain.
"I wouldn't want to sit here and say Gareth wants him to (leave United).
Paul's scored some good ones for us", Mourinho said.
Mourinho is well aware that there are only so many column inches to fill and the more the press focus on his interviews, the less they will scrutinise his players and their performances.
In their match against Burnley, a group of Manchester United supporters flew an airplane banner over Turf Moor pinning the woes on Woodward, containing the message "Ed Woodward A Specialist in Failure".
He's been doing it for years and Mourinho appears to be doing something similar now that his position at Manchester United has been brought into question.
Another huge talking point from the game was the sending off of Marcus Rashford for a "headbutt" on Burnley right back Phil Bardsley.
"Rashford's got massive, massive, decisions to make in the next year, 18 months for me".
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If United can maintain their performance against Burnley throughout this period, it's safe to say Mourinho's mood, and the club's, will be of stark contrast to that seen so far.
But Schmeichel, who won five Premier League titles during the Scot's time in charge at Old Trafford, believes there is still enough for the fans to be excited by.
Lukaku opened the scoring on 26 minutes, after a period of bright and direct football from Mourinho's team.Alexis Sanchez was recalled to Mourinho's starting line-up and responded by setting up the opener as Lukaku rose impressively between two defenders to head the Chilean's cross past Joe Hart.
England star Rashford has had a hard start to the new season, failing to score or assist a goal in United's first four games.
"Mourinho will want to go and buy somebody who's already the finished article, which Rashford isn't". "Emotions got the better of me, I shouldn't of reacted like that", the forward said.
Two goals from Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku gave United the win on the day and the number of chances created will have been hugely encouraging. Begins to work on what we labored the previous few weeks. It's good for us.
Mourinho claimed that Pogba will remain United's penalty taker, despite his miss, should he wish to remain on duty.