Outgoing Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has said he wishes the club is happy and successful after he leaves.
The Portuguese boss has only one game left in charge before bringing down the curtain on his three-year Real Madrid career.
Since taking the reigns at the Bernabeu, Mourinho has achieved plenty of success, including a record-breaking title success in 2012, the Copa del Rey in 2011, and the Spanish Supercopa.
He also led his side to three consecutive Champions League semi-finals but was unable to guide Los Blancos to success in the tournament.
But his time in the dugout has also been marred but high profile incidents and falling outs – even with his own players. Iker Casillas, Pepe and Sergio Ramos have all felt the wrath of their manager this season alone.
Speaking ahead of his final match in charge against Osasuna, Mourinho said: I wish everyone associated with Real Madrid much happiness in the future.
“I appreciate the support of lots of fans and respect the criticism of others. Once again, a lot of happiness to everyone and, above all, good health. Hala Madrid!”