Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho has shockingly revealed that he may consider a future managerial role at rival club Arsenal FC.

The Portuguese has endured his most difficult start to a league season with title holders Chelsea FC, having lost three of their opening five fixtures. However, the 52-year-old believes that the Blues will be able to shake this early season slump, insisting that all they need is a couple of consecutive victories.

Mourinho was also confident that his side would win this weekend’s Premier League clash against Arsenal FC. The former Real Madrid manager has never been beaten by Arsene Wenger in the league and the Portuguese is confident that his record will remain intact.

Arsene Wenger’s first victory over Mourinho came in this season’s curtain-raiser, the Community Shield, when his side won 1-0, after a sublime strike by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given them the lead.

The Special One in a recent run-in with celebrity Arsenal FC fan Piers Morgan shed some light on his future plans and indicated that Arsenal FC might feature in it.

Morgan had asked Mourinho whether he would take up the manager’s mantle at Arsenal FC at a later point of time. Mourinho, surprisingly did not rule it out and insisted that he would continue living in London even after leaving Chelsea FC.

Mouriho is revered in footballing world for his uncanny ability to grind results, but he is hated by Arsenal FC fans who are used to a much more fluent and attacking style of football under Arsene Wenger. Should Mourinho make the switch to Arsenal FC at a later point of time, the rapport he shares with the fans would be interesting to watch.

Here’s the conversation that Piers Morgan had with Jose Mourinho at the GQ awards.