Chelsea will play Porto in a Champions League knockout tie.
On hearing the draw that will take his Chelsea side back to the club he made European Champions in 2004, Mourinho said:
"A draw is a draw and especially in the last 16 of the Champions League you know a good team is coming your way. Porto is a team with tradition in European football and is a team with ambition so they deserve respect from us and they will have it.
"Do we want to go to the quarter-final?'", he asked. "Of course. Are we confident? 100 per cent. But I repeat only a good Chelsea playing at a high level will do it. It is two months to the first leg so it is time to forget the Champions League and concentrate on domestic competitions."
Having tried a succession of foreign coaches to take Mourinho's place since his departure, Porto are back in Portuguese hands with Jesualdo Ferreira appointed in August. The experienced coach is a former assistant manager of the Portuguese national side and has also been in charge of the Under 21s.
Porto currently stand five points clear at the top of their domestic league.
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