Mourinho unmoved by Chelsea return
"I don't have much to say," the Portuguese coach, who led the London side to the 2005 and 2006 Premier League titles, told a news conference on Saturday.
"There are more than two months to go and we have many matches to pay before.
"All the things that you can say are no different. It's the same story as always. (They are) an important opponent, a difficult opponent, an opponent we know.
"Two matches that are expected to be evenly balanced, a tie that is expected to go all the way. Nothing special. OK, they are my former team, my former players, my former fans and my former stadium.
"It's all 'former'. As a professional, I look at the game no differently than I would against Manchester United, Arsenal or another team."