Mourinho had a really good news on Harry Kane's recovery.
Kane might return for as many as five matches at the end of the season. Previous statements have told that he will be back for two to three matches, but as it seems Tottenham's captain is going well with his recovery.
The Englishman has already begun on-field rehabilitation work and individual training.
Kane is out of action for two months because of a ruptured tendon at Southampton on New Year's Day.
On Kane's recovery, Mourinho comments: "It gives me hope. He is doing really well.
"For now we are just speculating but everything looks good so we hope that he will be back soon.
"He is a fighter and a great professional so he will do everything he can to come back as soon as possible."
Tottenham are without both of their main forward players Son has suffered a broken arm in their 3-2 win at Aston Villa earlier this month.
The player is recovering in Seoul, South Korea, and he won't come back to train with the squad when he arrives in England due to a government advice on the coronavirus outbreak.
The official statement of Son's injury said that he will be out of action for the remaining season, but Jose Mourinho believes that the South Korean player will recover sooner than expected.