Thierry Henry has reiterated he will be staying at Arsenal ‘for life’ and has no intention of leaving the club due to his injury troubles.
The Arsenal skipper has endured a frustrating season interrupted by a number of injuries and it has prompted speculation that he could quit Emirates Stadium in the summer.
But the striker, who will miss the rest of the season due to to groin and stomach injuries, insists he is staying with the north London club.
“People in France and some over here are still saying I am going to leave,” Henry told The Sun.
“I am not going to leave. Never. I am staying here for life.
“I have no intention of walking out on this club, whatever the situation is. At no stage this season have I ever thought about leaving.
“I love the club. I love the fans and I am 100 per cent behind the boss.
“When I signed my new contract I said I never wanted to kick a ball for another team and nothing has changed.”