New Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has been pictured strolling around London for the first time since securing his Premier League return.
Mourinho was unveiled as the new Spurs boss on Wednesday morning, less than 24 hours after the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino.
He took his first training session on Wednesday afternoon and held his first press conference on Friday.
Now, he has been seen strolling down the street in the Chelsea area where he lives, donning a full Spurs tracksuit complete with navy gilet as he carried a small suitcase in his left hand.
Mourinho’s appointment has not gone down well with Chelsea fans after he had previously said he would never manage their rivals.
But he had no qualms with walking around the area in the gear of his new club after a whirlwind few days as he took time out to sign a shirt for a fan.
Four years ago, Mourinho said: ‘I would not take the job because I love Chelsea supporters too much.’
But he addressed those comments directly in his first press conference, claiming things changed due to his second sacking at Stamford Bridge.
“Four years ago when you were at Chelsea you were asked whether you would come to Spurs and you said: ‘Never, I love the Chelsea fans too much’. What’s changed?” he was asked.
With a smirk on his face, Mourinho replied: “[That was] before I was sacked!”
Mourinho also appeared to aim a subtle dig at Chelsea and Manchester United in an introductory video released by Spurs.
Discussing his desire to bring through young players – something he has been accused of not doing enough of in the past – he said: “There is not one manager in the world that doesn’t like to play young players and to help young players to develop – not one.
“The problem is that sometimes you get into clubs where the work that is below you is not good enough to produce these players.
“So I look to our history and you see that the academy is always giving talents the first team need. Of course I always look forward to working with that profile.”