I have to be honest and say I think the best team lost on the pitch but my team were the ones with more heart and went to their limit.
"Last [home] match against Leicester. Victor is from a position (midfield) where we have lots of players - (Harry) Winks, (Eric) Dier, (Oliver) Skipp, (Gedson) Fernandes".
"The referees don't see it as well as we can because the referees are on the pitch and it's 200 miles an hour so it's very hard for them". Unless I reach those targets I'm not happy.
The Spurs were able to preserve the tie heading into halftime despite a very unconvincing performance, while the Saints' strong showing was marred by an apparently serious knee injury suffered by midfielder James Ward-Prowse.
His return for the Leicester and Crystal Palace matches would be a boost for Mourinho as he tries to lead Tottenham to a top four finish and Champions League qualification. "When he stuck that penalty away he deserved it he was brilliant", Jenas told BT Sport 1 immediately after the Spurs win over Southampton (9:55pm, 5 February).
"But no one is going to give it to us, we have to keep pushing - and not just for us, but for the fans - we have to win something". Today was a team completely unbalanced.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl shrugged off declarations his side were better on the night, noting the scoreline is all that really matters.
"I had to manage this chess game without pieces", he said at his post-match news conference.
Both teams had good chances to score early in the second half, with Sofiane Boufal and Lucas Moura failing to convert chances for Southampton and Tottenham, respectively.
After that game, Mourinho made a point of giving the match ball to Parrott to mark such a momentous occasion, and he appears to have done enough to convince the youngster to extend his stay at the club.
"After a very busy period, we now have time to recover".