It'd be a dream - Henry wants Arsenal manager's job
Arsene Wenger will likely face fresh calls to leave Arsenal after their EFL Cup final defeat, with Thierry Henry eager to get the job.
Thierry Henry wants to be considered for the Arsenal manager's position once Arsene Wenger departs, calling it his "dream" job.
Arsenal lost 3-0 to Manchester City in the EFL Cup final on Sunday, producing a poor display that is sure to increase the scrutiny on Wenger, especially with his team 10 points adrift of a top-four place in the Premier League and in danger of missing out on the Champions League for a second successive season.
The Frenchman has faced frequent calls to end his near 22-year association with the north London club in recent times but has clung on to the manager's role despite the team being on a downward trajectory.
Sunday's defeat - courtesy of goals from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva - means the Europa League is now their last chance of silverware this season.
Henry, who emerged as a world star under Wenger during his playing days at Arsenal, has been touted as a potential replacement when the 68-year-old does depart and admitted he would jump at the chance.
"It would be a dream for me," Henry told Sky Sports.
"Interested [in the job]? Yes. Who wouldn't be?
"But I can't talk about it because of the respect that I have for the man in charge still, and my job that I'm doing with Belgium right now."