JOSE MOURINHO has dismissed suggestions that his time in charge of both Man Utd and Tottenham were failures.
The new Roma boss was sacked by Spurs in April having been at the club for just 17 months.
His previous job was two years in charge of Manchester United, where he won the Europa League and EFL Cup.
Mourinho – who is working for SunSport as a Euros columnist this summer – will take charge in Rome next season.
And he refuted suggestions that his last two Premier League jobs were unsuccessful.
Mourinho said: “I won three trophies at Manchester United and that was seen as a disaster.
"I reached a cup final which I was not allowed to play at Tottenham, and that was seen as a disaster.
"What's a disaster for me is considered as a great success for others."
Mourinho was seen enjoying some Italian culture by driving a VESPA around the club's training ground.
The SunSport columnist recently arrived in Rome after his team returned to training ahead of the upcoming season.
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The 58-year-old has shared a video on Instagram of him riding the iconic Italian-made scooter while being filmed by several cameras.
One cameraman is sitting on a golf buggy, which makes the video even more bizarre.
It's unclear at this stage why Mourinho was driving a Vespa around Roma's training ground, although we assume it was for business and not pleasure.
The ex-Chelsea manager was greeted by dozens of Roma supporters when he arrived in the Italian capital at the beginning of July.
Mourinho has replaced fellow Portuguese coach Paulo Fonseca at the Stadio Olimpico and is aiming to close the gap on Inter Milan.
Roma finished seventh in Serie A last term – TWENTY-NINE points behind the champions.
The Italian giants also finished six points being rivals Lazio and haven't won a trophy for 13 years.
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