Mourinho said: "I think Paul, he came from the World Cup, he was the last one to come because he played the final".
"The football was good, they looked full of confidence, weren't scared take the ball, get it on their feet and play team-mates inside the box".
Wolves will be looking to extend their run of three consecutive games across all competitions at the weekend.
"This is about the beginning of last season, from the first day we started working here", Nuno added.
And Mourinho was left irritated by the attitude of his players, seemingly envious of Wolves' mentality.
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"I was expecting more from my attacking players".
Thankfully the Brazilian was on hand to make sure a goal marked the occasion and he gave United the lead at a time they weren't at their best.
"It is a basic law of football, you have to play at the maximum of your potential, unless you are playing in such a weak league against such weak opponents where playing at 30 percent of your potential is enough. For me is hard to explain that".
"But he showed for the ones that don't know him very, very well that he is not a player to be here just on formation, is a player to be here [to fight for] positions - he's a very good player". A lot has changed since then but they will be favorites to claim all three points again on Saturday.
Let's focus on the positives on the pitch from the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
"We didn't have a team that was in big trouble with an accumulation of matches". He plays again on Tuesday.