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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has rekindled his rivalry with Arsene Wenger, stating that the Frenchman has a dream job at Arsenal where he can do anything with his squad without any retaliation from the board with relation to results, while other managers are answerable to their owners.

The former Real Madrid man insinuated that the Gunners have a great squad, who are capable of much more, but Wenger's profligacy is holding them back.

Wenger has won three Premier League titles with the Gunners from 1997 to 2005, but has since gone nine years without a trophy, which ended with Arsenal winning the FA Cup last season.

His failure to win a trophy has come under a lot of criticism from the media and pundits alike and he was recently abused by fans following their 3-2 loss to Stoke City at the Britannia.

Mourinho, who has never reserved comments on Wenger's inability to win trophies, had run into a feud with the Frenchman during his last stint with Chelsea, when he won two back to back league titles and paved the path for the Blues' rise to dominance in the years to come.

The 65-year-old has never managed to get the better of Mourinho's men in their brief struggle in the Premier League and other competitions, including earlier in the season when the Gunners succumbed to a 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge.

"I do not understand why they are not where we are with Man City. He has a dream job. I think every manager in the world would like to have the stability he has. Year after year after year, he has the chance to buy, to sell, to rebuild, to wait for success and wait and wait," Mourinho said.

"What he did with the club in a certain period gave him that credibility -- that he deserves because he is a fantastic manager, but he also had a fantastic situation to be successful. When I look at the players and I look at the squad, I really think they have to win.

"I like that team very much. They have very good players. Alexis [Sanchez] and [Danny] Welbeck are important players to add to an already very good squad," the Portuguese manager added.