Thierry Henry keen on future Arsenal return

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Former Arsenal hero Thierry Henry has admitted he would one day love to return to North London once his playing days are over.

The 32-year-old striker, who left the Gunners for Barcelona in 2007, signed for for Major League Soccer side the New York Red Bulls this week.

Henry is likely to finish his career in the United States after he signed a "multi-year deal", but revealed revealed when his playing days are over he would like to return to Arsenal in some capacity.

He told BBC Radio 5 live's Sportsweek: "When I retire, I don't know how, I want to come back to Arsenal.

"I have just come to New York to play and to compete and win another title," added Henry, who left Arsenal in 2007 for Barcelona.

"After everything is done then I will think about it. But whatever it is, I want to come back to Arsenal - maybe as a water boy - I just love this club."

Henry is currently the all-time leading goalscorer in Arsenal history with his 226 goals and helped the Gunners win the Premier League twice and the FA Cup three times during his eight years at the club.

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