Mourinho said he was disappointed to have been let go before the showpiece match at Wembley
Jose Mourinho said he had won "half a trophy" at Tottenham Hotspur after guiding the Premier League club to the League Cup final last season, only to be sacked less than a week before the match.
Mourinho was dismissed by Tottenham in April after 17 months in charge following their dismal form last season.
In May, the 58-year old was named the AS Roma manager for the next campaign.
Tottenham appointed former midfielder Ryan Mason as the interim coach and subsequently lost the League Cup final 1-0 to Manchester City.
In an interview with television host James Corden published by The Sun, Mourinho said he had won "25 and a half trophies" during his managerial career with Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United.
The Portuguese said he was disappointed to have been let go before the showpiece match at Wembley Stadium.
Tottenham ended the season seventh in the Premier League, qualifying for the newly-introduced third-tier Europa Conference League.