Thierry Henry has dismissed speculation that he is unhappy at Arsenal and claims he will stay at the club for as long as they want him.

Henry admits to be settled in North London and he enjoys a good relationship with French tactician Arsene Wenger and is not looking to leave.

“I’m very settled here. Nothing serious has ever happened to me since I’ve been at Arsenal, but you never know. If something did, I don’t know how I would react,” said Henry. 

“For now, I’m happy and I get on really well with Arsene Wenger. Right now, nothing could make me leave.

“That said, it’s only if the club wanted me to move or if I lost my place in the team, that I would consider going.”

Meanwhile, Henry admits that after last season’s endeavours, the current campaign has been a letdown.

“People expected us to do better than last season,” he added. “You live and die on success and sometimes you get knocked down because of it.

“Then again, to do better than being champions of England without losing a game is tough.

“We would have liked to be in the Champions League still, but like every year, we have had our bad spell.”