It's a dream to manage Arsenal, says club legend and leading goalscorer Henry
11:26 GMT, 27 April 2012
After his brief return to the club in January, Thierry Henry is targeting another stint at Arsenal, this time as manager.
The north London legend, who is the club's leading goalscorer, currently plies his trade in the MLS with New York Red Bulls.
But his attention has already turned to the future, with him claiming it would be 'a dream' to return to Emirates Stadium, with a place on the coaching staff a possibility beforehand.
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When asked by a fan, through newspaper USA Today, if he fancied a stint in the dugout, Henry said: 'You know what I might. Now do you think I would be a good one You can never tell. I actually don’t know if that would be an option. I know I will be in the game for sure. Why not Sure.
'Everyone knows the love I have for Arsenal Football Club, so you know it goes without saying where. That’s a dream.'
Henry enjoyed a short spell back at the club he left in 2007, scoring three goals in seven appearances, including the winner at Sunderland and, famously, the decisive goal against Leeds in the FA Cup.
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Reflecting on the vintage strike against the Championship outfit, he added: 'It was the first time – put the national team aside – it was the first time I scored a goal as a fan of the team [I scored for].
'You know especially the love I have for the club and the love I have for the people working at the club, I said it, I never felt what I felt after that goal in my whole entire career.
'It's too much to describe. I know I’ve never felt that before.'