Jose Mourinho has opened up about Manchester City Pep Guardiola now having won more titles in his managerial career after his latest Premier League triumph.
The City boss moved onto 26 major titles after this weekend's success which added to the Carabao Cup and Community Shield he lifted last season.
While Mourinho still boasts an impressive CV with 25 trophies despite his forgettable spell with Manchester United that saw him relieved of his duties in December 2018.
'The Special One' lifted titles in Portugal, Spain, Italy and England, with his last trophy being the Europa League with United in 2017.
And when pressed to comment about Guardiola now moving beyond him in the list of most titles in just a decade of management - he stressed he could have enjoyed more success had he remained at two of his former clubs.
"No, no, this reminds me that I'm there with 25 titles," Mourinho explained to L'Equipe when asked if the Spaniard's success irks him.
"When I won the Champions League with Porto and Inter, if I had stayed the following season. I would have played the European Super Cup, the Club World Cup, the national Super Cups and I would have had 31 titles.
"Maybe I'm not so focused on the numbers!"