Gunners legend tells Graham Norton he could manage the club after Arsene Wenger.
Thierry Henry says he would be interested in managing Arsenal in the future – but hinted he would not be prepared to replace current boss Arsene Wenger.
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Speaking on BBC One’s Graham Norton show, Henry said he would ‘hopefully’ return to the Emirates Stadium in the future but stressed “if he does happen, eventually one day, it’s going to have to be after him [Wenger]”.
“Arsene is doing a great job and I respect the guy,” the Frenchman added.
The New York Red Bulls striker also revealed he left the club because he felt they were not ‘competitive’ but refused to tell fellow guest Lee Mack which signings weren’t good enough.
Finally, Henry admitted he cried when he left the club and said Wenger was a ‘mentor’ and ‘father figure’ to him.