Thierry Henry has revealed that he is considering retiring from international football after the Euro 2008 finals.
The French striker admitted that this summer’s tournament could be his last for his country.
“I would like to play in the 2010 World Cup, but sometimes you do things that you should not do,” Henry told L’Equipe.
“Anyway, 2010 is still far away. At first I will see what happens at the Euros.
“I have thought about retiring after Euro 2008. I can’t say that I haven’t. I’m almost 31 and I’m a forward.”
The former Arsenal striker is confident that Raymond Domenech’s side is capable of taking the trophy they last won in 2000.
“We have a side capable of winning the Euros, but we have to take our first game against Romania very seriously,” he said.
“In attack we have weapons that can hurt any team, with Karim Benzema, Nicolas Anelka, Franck Ribery and a few others.”
Henry has struggled to adapt to life in Spain since last summer’s move to Barcelona, and he admits that his future at Camp Nou remains uncertain.
“Will I stay at Barca next season?” Henry asked.
“I have three years left in my contract so, for the moment, I’m a Barca player. Then again, so many things are being said over there.
“For the moment, I’m at Barca and I’m focused on Euro 2008. For the rest, we will see.”