The 24-year-old Belgium international Romelu Lukaku has avouched that now he will work harder when his move to Manchester United is confirmed.
In 2014 when Mourinho was the head coach of Chelsea he sold the Belgium striker from Chelsea to Everton after the Belgium international failed to score for Chelsea in his 15 appearances for them.
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But with the Everton side he was unstoppable last season and in his three years tenure with Everton, he has scored 71 goals for them in his 133 appearances for them.
This season he signed for the Manchester United side under the special one once again and he knows very well this time he has to reach to a new level with them.
In an interview, Lukaku told to EPSN: "Now it's time to work hard, work harder than I ever did before and I'm willing to do it and hopefully it will come (off) a good way,"
"I have to work harder than I am doing now and I know the road is still far but I am willing to go on that path and grab that opportunity that I get.
"It's the biggest club in the world. It's a club that's hungry to win the league again, to be dominant in the world again."
The Belgium international said that he is relishing the anticipation of joining the biggest club in the world, made that very clear he will go for every silverware with the Manchester United side.
He added: "I'm really delighted to hopefully be part of their history. Who would say no to the biggest club in the world? The best stadium in England, the best fans, it's the perfect opportunity,"
"I always said that I wanted to play for a team that was challenging for every trophy that there is, and I think Manchester United at the minute wants to be that dominant team, that dominant force."