Thierry Henry admits he may have to consider his Barcelona future in January if he is unable to regain a place in the Pep Guardiola’s starting line-up.
The French striker has struggled to recapture his best form since joining Barcelona from Arsenal over a year ago.
He was linked with a move to Manchester United during the transfer window, but confirmed he wanted show loyalty to new coach Guardiola.
“I missed the match at Gijon because I was ill,” Henry told L’Equipe. “I stayed in my bed for three days and I lost five kilos.
“At Gijon we won 6-1, so the coach played the same forwards in the next match. There is no trouble for me.
“Samuel Eto’o has had a great start to the season. I have no trouble with that, we need Sam. At Barcelona I am used on the left, I have to be better on the left, period.
“Did I think about leaving in the summer? At a certain time I asked myself the question, but after talking with the coach, I wanted to be loyal towards him.
“Leaving Barcelona in the winter? It is not topical at the moment, but if it carries on this way, of course we could talk about it.
“I have no regrets, I just want to play and have fun on the pitch.
“Do I have fun at Barcelona? It is very difficult, but once again it is up to me to adapt. Last season I was the top scorer at the club and I made 11 assists. Then people can say what they want.”