The Cameroonian striker was accused of being an old man by his manager after a goal drought earlier in the season. Eto’o later hit back at his manager by imitating an old man in his goal celebration against Tottenham Hotspur. His latest comments are the first time he has spoken about the allegations and sent a stern message to Mourinho.“Today I am 33 years old and so it is not just because a fool called me an ‘old man’ that you have to believe him. And you may have noticed that the old man was better than the youngsters,” said Eto’o.“Some believe I am going to retire in the United States or in the Middle East, but I have regained the joy of the Champions League and I am going to carry on playing in the Champions League.“Where? I am not going to tell you. But I am going to carry on playing because physically and mentally I feel great,” he responded to a reporter at Flix Houphout-Boigny international airport in Ivory Coast. Eto’o scored 12 goals in 29 matches in his debut season in the Premier League while also making three assists.