Jose Mourinho claims medals do not mean anything to him as he prepares to earn another one for leading Chelsea to the Premier League title.
Chelsea will win a third championship under Mourinho if they beat Crystal Palace at home on Sunday (13.30 BST).
But the Blues' manager insists it is the memories of success that count.
Mourinho said: "I have replicas of every cup I won and I don't care about the replicas. Or the medals. The meaning is the important thing."
Mourinho, who secured the Premier League title with Chelsea in 2004-05 and 2005-06 during his first spell in charge, has won 21 trophies in his career, with domestic titles in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain.
He added: "What stays forever is the feeling, the emotion, the memory of the moment. I have clear in my memory every one of these moments I lived.
"You have like a flash of the people you love most, the people who are with you, a little bit of the most important moments that lead to that trophy.
"It's like a quick flash. And, with me, five minutes later, move on."