Jose Mourinho knows how tough it is at Adams Park from his time as Chelsea manager claiming it is 'not easy at all' to play at Wycombe.

Wycombe will face Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup fourth round which will take place between January 22 and January 25.

The winners of the tie will play either Sheffield Wednesday or another Premier League outfit, Everton, in the fifth round.

The former Real Madrid boss has a history with Wycombe as his Chelsea side faced the Chairboys back in the 2006/07 season, in the League Cup semi-final.

Paul Lambert was then in charge of League Two Wycombe, with Wanderers being able to hold on to a 1-1 draw at Adams Park.

Wayne Bridge put Chelsea in the lead until Jermaine Easter's goal gave Wycombe a shock draw in the first leg of the semi-final.

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In the second leg at Stamford Bridge Mourinho watched his side win comfortably as Wycombe succumbed to a 4-0 defeat away from home.

The Chelsea team then consisted of the likes of Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, and Didier Drogba.

This time around Mourinho will bring World Cup golden boot winner Harry Kane, four-time Champions League winner Gareth Bale and Asian player of the year Heung-min Son to Adams Park.

The Spurs boss believes that even though Wycombe are bottom of the table that Gareth Ainsworth's men 'belong' to the championship.

Mourinho said: "I played Wycombe away in one of the cups before, and it’s not easy at all.

“The Championship is, of course, a very good level.

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“In spite of them being in a difficult position in the Championship, you look at their results and all the results are draws, or lose 1-0, or lose 2-1, or win 1-0, so they belong to that level.

“For me, the Championship level is a very good level, so especially being away, this is a very difficult match, but we need to arrive and have a go."