VIDEO: Mourinho responds to jibe from former Arsenal player in West Ham press conference

    Jose Mourinho has given his Premier League press conference ahead of Tottenham’s meeting with West Ham United on Tuesday night.

    The Spurs boss provided “only good news” when it came to updates about the fitness of his attackers, revealing Dele Alli and Lucas Moura are back and available for the London derby.

    But the main talking point from the press conference was Mourinho’s response to former Arsenal forward Paul Merson, who recently suggested Harry Kane will struggle to score 25-30 goals because of the Portuguese coach’s style of play.

    Mourinho reeled off a list of players and statistics to disprove Merson. Watch that happen below, and under that you can see the rest of the press conference in full.

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