Gunners great admits he dreams of managing the club.
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has revealed his ambition to manage the club one day, having just begun his coaching training with the Gunners.
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The Frenchman retired from playing at the end of 2014, and now harbours hope that he can emulate his tremendous playing career with Arsenal by manging the team one day.
However, Henry also insists he has to get the right preparation before taking on such a big job, and that he doesn’t know when current boss Arsene Wenger plans on stepping down.
“I don’t know what Arsene wants to do and how long he wants to stay,” he is quoted as saying in the Daily Mirror. “But I just want to be equipped…to be in the position, maybe one day to be a manager.
“Being the manager of Arsenal FC would be a dream. I need to learn first. That is the most important thing.
“I could not say ‘no’ to Arsenal. So I would say ‘yes’. It should be great.”