The Chelsea boss has become one of the most successful managers in Europe since he broke onto the scene with a Champions League victory with Porto in 2004.
Mourinho has gone on to lift major silverware with Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
And the Portuguese coach has admitted he would like to take his managerial prowess onto the international stage, but also adds that he is no rush to leave Stamford Bridge.
“I want to coach Portugal in a World Cup or European Championships, I would like that but if I don’t do it there is no drama,” the Blues manager said.
“My career is beautiful, I’m happy with it and I just want to carry on and enjoy many more years.”
Mourinho also gave a little insight into what makes him such a successful coach.
“I have a job, I want to succeed and I try to do my best all the time,” he added. “I fight against defeat and try to win, that’s the nature of the job.
“When you have a fantastic life, a fantastic family and a good economical situation, if you don’t have the passion for the job, a desire to do things well and get results, you have all the reasons to stop.
“If I want to work for another 15 to 20 years it’s because I feel that happiness, to work, to compete, to win, to lose.”
By Phil Wellbrook