That is the honest assessment of BT Sport pundit Steve McManaman.
Mourinho, who has endured a troubled start to the campaign, was under intense pressure before Manchester United’s come-from-behind 3-2 win over Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday.
A report had suggested that the Portuguese tactician would be sacked regardless of the result.
Despite an abysmal start to the match in which they conceded twice in the opening 10 minutes, Mourinho’s men were more energised and showed a lot more bite in the second half.
After making changes in the second half, it had the desired effect and United swung the game in their favour, with Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez on hand with the goals.
Mourinho was frustrated last summer as he was unable to land a top centre-back and was at a stand-off with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward over transfers.
And McManaman believes United are still well short of where they need to be to challenge for the title.
“I think it is set in motion for change here,” McManaman said when asked about the state of United and Mourinho’s future.
“I can’t see them winning every game going forward with that team going forward.
“I still don’t think they’ve got enough to climb the table to satisfy everyone here.
“I really don’t. I don’t think they are good enough.
“They are still five or six players away from being anywhere near the top four sides from what I’ve seen recently.”
Mourinho went on another rant after the victory over the Magpies, something which bemused McManaman.
He added: “I don’t know who he is ranting about.
“He is manager of United, the richest club in the world.
“If you’re manager of Liverpool, United, you expect this kind of scrutiny.
“I’m absolutely baffled by it.”