Former Manchester United man Josh King has been nursing a foot injury this week and is now rated at 50 per cent to make it.
The Red Devils manager was accused of making "abusive and/or insulting and/or improper" remarks to a television camera after his side's dramatic 3-2 Premier League victory at Old Trafford.
Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard were back on the bench against Everton last weekend and Mourinho says the duo are now fully-fit and in contention to start tomorrow afternoon.
The Special One was speaking ahead of the clash with Bournemouth in the Premier League tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth won't have former Manchester United striker Joshua King due to an ankle injury; the Norway global is now slated to miss his third consecutive game.
"At this moment we have to focus on ourselves and do better", Mourinho said. His availability will be something to monitor closer to kick-off time.
Bournemouth are sixth in the league - winning six out of the opening ten games in a hugely positive start to the season.
However, the Cherries haven't beaten the Red Devils in their next five meetings, losing on four occasions.
He has also praised Everton and Juventus for their ambition in the transfer market in recent weeks and repeatedly hinted his team will find this season hard because of a lack of investment. Bournemouth's only two defeats have come against Chelsea and Burnley, and it is worth noting that they're also undefeated at home this season.
"Our club would like to put on record our appreciation that AFC Bournemouth have set up outdoor heaters in their penalty area to let Paul safely continue his run-up through the night even if the temperatures plummet".
United find themselves nine points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City after just 10 games.