Jose Mourinho is so desperate to become the next Manchester United manager, that he has written a six-page letter to the club, vowing to adhere by their principles.
Mourinho has been out of job, since he was sacked by Roman Abramovich last year and is keen to manage another Premier League club again.
However, there is a considerable percentage of people at United, who are not looking in his direction, because of his controversial personality, his style of football and failure to nurture young talents.
The Red Devils are still struggling for creativity and form, with speculation increasing that current boss, Louis van Gaal, could quit the club at the end of the season.
Mourinho has now attempted to make himself a leading candidate, by writing to the club, in which he detailed how much he wants the job.
He also presented a forensic analysis of the current team and the areas he will improve upon if he is hired. Mourinho went as far as indicating the signings he would make to strengthen the team.
United reportedly snubbed Mourinho in 2013 after Sir Alex Ferguson retired and named David Moyes their new coach.