It is no news that Arsenal Manager has not beaten Mourinho after 12 meetings, but the French man has played down the significance of clashing with the Chelsea manager when both sides clash this weekend in the Premier League.
Arsenal host Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday but the Gunners boss does not want to be drawn into managerial rivalry between himself and the Portuguese.
''It is not a confrontation (between managers), it is a confrontation of two teams,'' - he said.
''Football is down to the fact that the performance on the day will decide the game and the result, so let’s focus on that.''
Mourinho's Blues defeated Arsenal 2-0 at Stamford Bridge last October but the Gunners recent form can see them to getting a favourable result at the weekend.