The outspoken Portuguese coach has been out of work since being relieved of his duties at Old Trafford in December.
Since then, Mourinho has taken up a lucrative role with foreign broadcaster beIN Sports, where he has dished the dirt on own his career and a number of Premier League talking points.
But despite looking well-rested and in a much better mood these days, the three-time Premier League winner has been up to his old tricks again – aiming digs at his managerial counterparts.
This time it appears to be Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettinog in the firing line.
“I won titles everywhere I have been and I cannot run away from my mentality,” Mourinho told beIN SPORTS.
“Some coaches like to sell the idea of a philosophy, but you have to sell the philosophy after you win.
“If you win nothing, what is the point?
“If your team plays very well, your team wins, so I don’t like these contradictions we have in football nowadays.”
Klopp and Pochettino are yet to win any trophies for their respective clubs, while Sarri has not won a trophy anywhere during his career.
Speaking earlier this year, Mourinho made similar comments.
“It’s very easy to ‘play well’ and not win,” he said.
“It’s very easy to be behind a certain idea of a certain football, without results. But the people who win consistently have a different idea about that.
“If you speak about Guardiola, if you speak about Ancelotti, about the ones where obviously I belong, who have a career of victories over a long period, where are the young ones with a real impact in terms of results? Where are they?”
Mourinho has hinted he could soon be back in work.
The former United boss has recently been linked with Inter Milan, Lyon and Wolves.