LONDON - Manchester United are better equipped to fight for the Premier League title in the upcoming season but need to improve further to be a contender for the Champions League, manager Jose Mourinho has said. In Mourinho's first season at Old Trafford, United won the League Cup and the Europa League but finished sixth in the English top flight, 24 points behind champions Chelsea. "This season is going to be more difficult but I think we have better conditions to fight for the Premier League," Mourinho told the BBC. "I think this season we are a little bit better equipped. We are against fantastic teams, against amazing investments. "But I believe in our group, in our spirit, in our empathy,
Javier Hernandez is ready to get back to scoring goals in the Premier League. If that happens, get ready to see plenty of Claret and Blue shirts with “Chicharito” on the back of them. Chicharito, 29, signed a three-year deal with the Hammers on Monday making him the best paid player in club history with wages of just over $180,000 per week. He won two Premier League titles in five seasons at Manchester United and is still lauded at Old Trafford for his crucial goals in big games with 59 goals in 157 appearances in all competitions. Speaking to West Ham’s in-house TV channel, the El Tri star revealed exactly why he’s looking forward to a return to the PL. “I am very excited. The last three years
Jose Mourinho believes Chicharito will be a great signing for West Ham in their pursuit of improving on last season.