Jose Mourinho has been officially unveiled by Manchester United for the first time and says he feels no pressure in the job despite being sacked by Chelsea seven months ago.
Special appointment – United named self-styled "Special One" Jose Mourinho as its new manager in May, with the Portuguese taking over from Louis van Gaal. Dutchman Van Gaal was dismissed by the English Premier League club despite winning the FA Cup.
Righting wrongs – Mourinho will be desperate to make an impact at United after being sacked by Chelsea in December following a disastrous start to the London club's Premier League title defense last season.
Trophy hunt – He will be charged with restoring United to its former glories, with the club having struggled for success since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.
Winning mentality – Mourinho arrives at Old Trafford with an impressive CV, having won two European Champions Leagues as well as league titles at Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Gaal over – Van Gaal was unable to avoid the sack after failing to secure qualification for next season's Champions League. United had crashed out at the group stage of the competition earlier in the season.
Cup of cheer – United's players celebrate winning the 2016 FA Cup after beating Crystal Palace 2-1 in the final. It was the club's first triumph in the competition since 2004.
Casting a shadow – Alex Ferguson's shadow looms large at Old Trafford, with neither Van Gaal nor his predecessor David Moyes able to follow his success. Ferguson spent 27 years in charge of United, winning 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League crowns.
Respectful rivals – Mourinho and Ferguson share a respectful relationship, with the pair having faced each other on numerous occasions during the Portuguese's first spell as Chelsea manager.
Porto in paradise – Mourinho made his name when he guided Porto to a shock Champions League win in 2004, with the Portuguese club knocking United out of the competition on its way to the trophy.
Rivalry renewed – He will lock horns with old enemy Pep Guardiola next season, with the Catalan having been appointed as manager of Manchester City. Mourinho and Guardiola had a spiky relationship during their time in charge of Real and Barcelona respectively.
Vilanova controversy – Mourinho often tried to get goad Guardiola, and their rivalry came to a head in 2011 when the Madrid boss poked the Catalan's then assistant, Tito Vilanova, in the eye during a pitchside scuffle.
Looking at the 'voyeur' – The return of Mourinho will also see him renew his rivalry with Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger. He has previously called the Frenchman a "specialist in failure" and accused him of being a "voyeur" because of what he claimed was an unhealthy focus on Chelsea's spending and success.