Inter coach Jose Mourinho has reassessed his future plans, announcing that he will return to the Premier League as he has unfinished business there.
The 'Special One' has fond memories of life in England, and claims that's where he belongs.
He won the Serie A title with the Nerazzurri in his first season, and the aim is to deliver the Champions League this year.
Though he is grateful to the Italian giants for allowing him to turn his hand to Calcio, he believes he is best suited to work in the Premier League.
"I love Inter and would love to build for the future here. In fact, I am doing it now, because I am not a selfish coach and I’m thinking about the future in terms of youth development and the age structure of my first team," Mourinho told The Times.
"But Italy is not the country for this. England is the country. And my football is English football."
Mourinho extended his contract at Inter back in May. It expires in 2012 and he is reportedly on €9 million-per-season, making him the world's best paid football coach.
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