Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has said that he is looking forward to one shot at glory before returning to MLS side New York Red Bulls. Thierry Henry will be returning to the North American club at the end of the Champions League encounter with AC Milan at the San Siro. The last 16 tie is something that Arsenal will be looking forward to given that it remains their only option of winning a trophy this season aside from the FA Cup. Arsenal signed former legend Thierry Henry from MLS club New York Red Bulls in the January transfer window on a short-term loan deal.

He has proven to be a major hit in his second spell at the club. He made his debut in the match against Leeds United and scored in the very same match. Earlier, it was suggested that the return to Arsenal in his second spell would be damaging for Thierry Henry’s reputation. However, the goal against Leeds United immediately made him even more popular within the Arsenal fans. Now, he is coming to the end of his loan spell with the club. He will be moving to the North American club after the end of the AC Milan match.

“I will look back on it afterwards and see what happened. It has all been kind of unreal. It’s been a fantastic period for [Henry] coming back to the club that he supports and has done so much for. It’s a great story for him so far. If we can go [to Milan] and get a few goals and then come back to the Emirates then that’s going to be a fantastic result for us,” he said. Arsenal will be hoping for a score draw at the San Siro, as it will give them with great opportunity to progress into the next round.