Former Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o believes his country can win the 2022 World Cup if they adopt Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho's philosophy.
Mourinho led Inter Milan to the Champions League title in 2010.
Eto'o, 41, is the current President of the Cameroonian Football Federation and was a member of Inter's squad under the Portuguese tactician.
They won the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia, and their first Champions League trophy in 45 years in 2009/2010.
Cameroon's World Cup group includes Brazil, Serbia, and Switzerland.
When asked if Cameroon coach Rigobert Song can lead the team to World Cup triumph, Eto'o, who is presently in Italy to announce a charity game in San Siro on May 23, answered, "I don't think there's any reason for us not to win it."
“I believe that in order to win the World Cup you don’t need to be monsters or aliens, you need good preparation, a strong mentality, and a pinch of madness.
“I won a bit in my career and to do it I gave everything. I always take Inter as an example: no one at the beginning of the 2009-10 season thought we could win [the Champions League] and instead, Mourinho did something crazy, with a group of men and warriors.
“I would like something like that for Cameroon too.”