The Portuguese tactician was sacked by United in December and replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who seem to have steadied things at the Manchester club.
Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes modern footballers are becoming more powerful than their coaches as he blames the club structures for the problem.
The Portuguese who was sacked by United last December was speaking on Bein Sports where he touched on several footballing issues including his time at United.
Mourinho who reportedly fell out with several of United stars was asked about the recent power tussle between modern players and managers and the former Chelsea boss said:
The 55-year-old who turns 56 next week isn't thinking about retiring from coaching and still sees himself getting at least one more shot at a top club.
The former Inter Milan boss has been linked with a return to Real Madrid where he managed between 2010 and 2013 winning the La Liga in 2012.