The Portuguese coach is confident that Los Blancos will lift their 10th title in Europe's most elite club competition very soon and added he is already planning for next season
Madrid have been eliminated at the semi-final stage twice under Mourinho, but the Portuguese coach has set his sights on clinching the continental title, which Los Blancos last won in 2002.
"I have been blessed by God with the Champions League despite having lost some semi-finals," he said according to AS.
"I have won two. Some of these players have never done it and Real Madrid are looking to win their 10th trophy of this kind.
"But we are not obsessed: if we continue to do things the way we have been after reaching two semi-finals, the title will come in a year or two.
"Obsession does not help, but the dream does."
The focus for most players and coaches is now on the European Championship in Poland and Ukraine, but Mourinho revealed that he is already preparing for the new season.
"We will end celebrations today, the players will think about Euro 2012 and I will start thinking about the next season, because you cannot rest on your laurels when you are at Madrid.
"You always have to think about the future."