Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has admitted that he wants to one day become the Gunners’ manager, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 37-year-old recently retired from football after a very successful spell with the London club and is currently Arsenal’s all time record goal-scorer.
Following his departure, he joined Spanish giants Barcelona for three seasons before ending his career in MLS with the New York Red Bulls.
After announcing his retirement, Henry joined Sky Sports to become a football pundit and ambassador, but is still considering the opportunity to return to manage his former side.
“I really like Arsenal. Yes I would [like to become Arsenal manager]. But I am not there yet,” he said.
“If I am in my dreams, I would say ‘I would like to come back to Arsenal’, but life doesn’t work like that.”
Current boss Arsene Wenger has been linked with an exit throughout the past few seasons, as he is often criticised for his inability to challenge in Europe.
Wenger was also tipped to leave earlier in the campaign, but after a great run of results, his side are now third in the Premier League and well on their way to Champions League qualification.