"It's a massive club, so I knew if it was promoted it would be one of the biggest in the Premier League".
"But we have players and if we cannot strengthen the team in these areas, we have people that we can trust and we go for it". "It will not be easy but we travel to win the game".
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho makes Thursday's back pages after claiming he needs another two years before his club can really be contenders in Europe, again.
"It's not just hope it's convinced that the quality of the team will be better, I have conditions to deliver a better one than the first".
Pogba had a great season previous year and his lack of goals and assists shouldn't distract people from his overall play; I expect him to easily double his goal-and-assist tally.
"Jose Mourinho, nearly incredibly, has never lost a home match on a Sunday in any competition during his long managerial career and I would be surprised if the Hammers caused a shock this weekend". A good season for me?
"In my initial analysis, coming from January and progressing through the months, I was thinking about four players", Mourinho said.
Slaven Bilic's side will be keen to improve on last season, but a trip to Old Trafford to face a title contending United side will be a tough opening day assignment for The Hammers.
"This time we're all in the same basket and it's going to be the same for everybody".
"Okay, some will have the luck to play Tuesday or Wednesday, or Saturday or Sunday, but in the end, the number of matches will be the same for everybody". While the League Cup is little regarded, the Europa League provided a ticket into the Champions League - and probably the signature of Lukaku.
"Mourinho sides throughout his managerial career have always peaked in his second season", adds the Daily Mirror.
"But what the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City can do, they can do that and good luck to them".
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he is still in the market for another player, and has "twenty five percent" of his transfer business left to complete.
Another player sent out on loan by Chelsea, the 22-year-old Loftus-Cheek looks sure to get plenty more first-team action at Palace either in central midfield or in the No. 10 role behind the striker. What we had was midfielders, wingers, scoring, central defenders scoring goals at set pieces. Like with any eventual champion, we'll need some luck with injuries to key players, and maybe an unexpected meltdown or two at some of the other challengers (E.g., Conte trying to fight one of his players during a game, Guardiola getting busted for systematic blood do-.nevermind).