Thierry Henry has declared that he hopes to return to the Emirates once his playing career is over.
The Arsenal legend scored 226 goals in 369 appearances between 1999 and 2007 before briefly returning to the club on loan last January, when he scored twice in seven games.
The French striker has also spoke of his disappointment at those who have criticised Arsene Wenger, telling the Mirror that “if you don’t win, people are always going to create a problem”.
Henry has two years left on his contract at New York Red Bull’s.
Elsewhere, Arsenal legend Pat Rice has been awarded an MBE in ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Rice made over 500 appearances for the club, before helping them to clinch seven major trophies in his time as assistant manager to Arsene Wenger between 1996 and 2012.
Costa Rican youngster Joel Campbell has told a Spanish newspaper that he is open to spending another year on loan next season.
The 20 year old, currently at Real Betis in La Liga, is yet to make an appearance for the Gunners since signing from Saprissa in 2011.
Finally, Arsenal’s clash with Manchester United has been moved back a day for television coverage.
The match will now be played on Sunday, April 28th.