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Henry ponders 3rd Arsenal return

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HENRY-RED-BULLLONDON, England, February 18- Arsenal’s all-time record goal-scorer, Thierry Henry, has said that he believes that his future lies in London, not in New York.

Henry joined MLS outfit New York Red Bulls in 2010, making 92 appearances and scoring 41 goals. Now, with less than a year left on his contract, he has stated that he will most likely return to London at the conclusion of his deal.

“I’m very comfortable in New York, but my life is in London. There I have my daughter, my house. I think that my future is there, but in these moments I do not know it,” he told Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo.

The former Gunners striker is still contemplating his career prospects and could make a bid for a third stint with Arsenal.

“I have one more year of my contract and I still feel good and in shape. I enjoy the game, so at the end of this year we’ll see,” said the Frenchman.

Should he call time on his playing career, Henry may look to become involved behind the scenes at the Emirates.

“You notice when it’s time to go. When I get that feeling I’ll leave it. And when I leave I think that in some way I will continue to be linked to football,” he added.

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