Jose Mourinho has spoken about his time at Inter and his place in the Nerazzurri’s history, considering himself to be one of the greatest coaches in the club’s history.

Speaking in a press conference as he was unveiled as the new manager at Roma, the Portuguese gave his thoughts on his status as one of the most important figures on Inter’s bench.

Mourinho only spent two seasons with Inter, joining from Chelsea in 2008 before departing for Real Madrid in 2010, but his tenure was a highly successful.

The 58-year-old won the Scudetto in his first season with the Nerazzurri, before bringing the treble of the Scudetto, the Champions League, and the Coppa Italia in his second.

Since leaving Inter, Mourinho has held positions at Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur, and he is set to begin a new adventure at Roma next season, his second stint in Serie A.

Asked at the press conference about departed Inter manager Antonio Conte, the treble-winner had this to say:

“There are coaches in the history of the club who cannot be compared to anyone. Here we are talking about [former Roma bosses Nils] Liedholm or [Fabio] Capello, don’t compare them. At Inter don’t compare anyone to me or Herrera: you can’t.”