"We have big coaching staffs and I think we are more the head coach than the manager".
'We have to wait for end of November, beginning of December to understand how things are going and if we can fight for the title.
"The players involved in the World Cup semi-finals started training on Monday and some of them are involved today to help the team".
"In the Premier League, we must get used to playing teams with the same quality we have", Mourinho told Sky Sports.
The United manager was undoubtedly pleased with the performance of his side - particularly Pogba, Shaw and Andreas Pereira - but he also had some grievances he wanted to get off his chest.
Paul Pogba's first-half penalty and a Luke Shaw strike were enough to secure a 2-1 victory for the Reds, despite a consolation from Jamie Vardy.
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Mourinho has been without some of his key players over the past month or so as important members of his squad got an extended break following the World Cup. 'The thinking is he is a very good penalty taker and likes the responsibility of it. "We were in trouble", added Mourinho.
"Of course, we have second or third choice in case he is not confident or some reason doesn't want to take it but he was ready and of course he trained lots of penalties during the World Cup because it's something in a competition like that every player trains a lot and he was vert confident".
'The manager puts names out, after that it is how we feel, ' he said. I needed more changes, but I couldn't so it was not easy to manage the game from the touchline point of view.
"Fantastic spirit and I think periods of very good football and in the periods where Leicester were stronger we played as a team and we coped well with the situation".
The 2018-19 Premier League season began on Friday with a single match.
With 271 appearances and a Premier League winners' medal under his belt with Leicester, nobody can question Wes Morgan's commitment to the Foxes' cause.