The Chelsea coach has come under a lot of pressure after failing to impress in the opening games of Premier League but the international break is packed with personal achievement for Jose Mourinho.
The coach was handed the record for the longest unbeaten home run by a manager, with his nine-year stretch covering 151 games across his time in charge of the four clubs.
Having led Porto and Inter to European glory, he also enters the record books as one of only five coaches to have won the Champions League with different clubs; and at 49 years and 12 days old Mourinho became the youngest manager to reach 100 Champions League matches.
In Chelsea’s 2004-05 campaign, Mourinho’s team managed to rack up the most amount of points won in a single season (95).
And while the 52-year-old was pleased to hang his new awards up in his Cobham office, he insists he is just focusing on his future achievements.
“The fact they gave me the awards in a way that I can put them up in my office is nice,” he said.
“It’s something fun and as a kid you could never imagine that one day you would be in the Guinness Book of Records.
“You know me, these awards are for something I did in the past and obviously it’s nice, but for me what’s more important is what I can do in the future.”