"I'm not confident, I'm not confident and the market closes today, so is time at least for me to stop thinking about the market because the market will be closed", Mourinho said. To improve is not about points or statistics, sometimes you play better and don't win.
When asked if he would make a signing today, Mourinho said: "The information I have is no".
"We didn't have much money this year, that's the truth after last summer", he explained in his pre-match press conference.
Just 14 per cent of that figure, £175m, was spent on transfers between two Premier League clubs - an unforeseen outcome of the league's window closing before the rest of Europe, according to Deloitte's Tim Bridge.
Mourinho warned last weekend that a "difficult season" could lie ahead if they failed to strengthen the squad before the deadline.
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Having previously managed Barcelona and Bayern Munich, Guardiola is used to high expectations.
The extension sees the Premier League rights remain on BeIN's roster of European soccer broadcast rights - which includes the top tiers in Spain, Italy, Germany and France as well as the Uefa Champions League and Uefa Europa League - in the run-up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Mourinho will have to decide whether or not to pick Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Ashley Young and Marouane Fellaini against Leicester after they returned from post-World Cup break on Monday.
The Portuguese believes runners-up are often portrayed as if they have been relegated and those who finish below them are presented as "serial winners". "I won eight championships and three Premier Leagues but I keep feeling the second last season was one of my biggest achievements in the game". What happened last season, we have learned and we know what to do.