The hurt from his time at Spurs and Tammy Abraham is what Jose Mourinho talks about in his exclusive interview with Sky Sports.

The final of the Europa Conference League will be played on May 25th, after Roma knocked outLeicester. Since 1972, when they beat Blackpool in the Anglo-Italian Cup, Roma have not won a European competition, but will now look to complete the set.

Gary Cotterill was out in Italy covering the Europa League and he had time to chat with Jose.

Jose talks Chelsea...

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Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes his former club has lost a bit of excellence and stability after changing ownership but says it is temporary

You can feel it at the football level because they have lost that level of excellence and stability. You know, this is at the moment.

Do you know who I would like to take over my house? I have, but I close my mouth.

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I know that the club has reached such a level that it doesn't matter who it is with. It will always be.

My house will always be 200 metres from the stadium and I want to keep listening to the sound of happiness and success.

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Jose on his time at Spurs...

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Roma manager Jose Mourinho says he has no hard feelings for anyone at this stage of his career and wished Spurs chairman Daniel Levy all the best

I am mature in my career and life, and I don't have bad feelings. I try to accept the things they are.

Yes. It hurt.

I react in a funny way when I speak with English journalists. I always joke about the Conference League Final being something that doesn't happen to a lot of coaches, so I hope I don't lose my job this time.

I cannot say I am the privileged one because it happened to me.

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I don't have regrets. I do not have bad feelings. I wish the nice people in Spurs the best. Even to Mr Levy.

It was strange for a guy with my career and history.

It opened the door for me to be in Rome and I am very happy to be there.

I would love to be in a position of fighting to win titles or to be in the top tier of European football.

I am loved here. I like the people here. The fans and the club have created an understanding between them and the players. I am very happy here.

Jose on 'amazing' Tammy Abraham...

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Abraham, Roma
Roma manager Jose Mourinho believes striker Tammy Abraham has proven to many English players that their is life outside the Premier League after his great performances in the Serie A

I joke and say that he can always do better, because he was absolutely amazing againstLeicester.

He knows how happy I am. He knows how much I love the kid and the player and I am proud of what we are doing.

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Roma's Tammy Abraham was full of praise for his head coach Jose Mourinho ahead of their Europa Conference League semi-final against Leicester City.
Tammy Abraham has praised the influence of Mourinho after he joined the Serie A club

I know he can do amazingly well, so I demand a lot from him.

I don't think it's an easy decision for a young player to leave his club, his house, his city, his country and to leave the premier league which is of course a competition that when a player is in its hard to leave.

Abraham tormented the Leicester defence
Image: Tammy Abraham sealed Roma's victory over Leicester at the Stadio Olimpico

I think he took that option because he trusted me. I think if he wants to go back to England, he just needs to click his fingers and I am so happy for him.

He is loved in Rome and is back in the national team. I think everyone knows he is a good player and I think also, with Smalling, Tomori and Tammy, showing the English boys that there is life outside of the league.