Jose Mourinho revealed he is sure he will not end his managerial career with Manchester United because he still has ambitions for new experiences. The Portuguese coach is in his second season at United after signing a three-year deal in 2016 and they look set to make a big improvement on their Premier League campaign from last year, sitting second in the table after eight games. With United starting the season so well, there have been suggestions in the media that Mourinho is set to be offered a contract extension, as the club are reportedly wary of letting him enter the final year of his deal without his future decided. Mourinho said in September that he is eager to stay for “many years”, but United fans hopeful of him potentially settling in like Alex Ferguson – who managed the club for 26 years – are likely to be disappointed. He told _Telefoot_: “The only thing I can say is that I am still a coach with worries, ambitions, desires to do new things. “I’m sure I will not finish my career here [in Manchester].” UCJ, UNILORIN.