Thierry Henry has revealed that he has no intention of retiring from international football following France’s Euro 2008 exit.
France’s defeat to Italy on Tuesday meant Raymond Domenech’s side finished the tournament with just one point and one goal to their name from their three matches.
Henry was expected to go the way of international colleagues like Claude Makelele and Lilian Thuram, who announced their international retirements after the defeat to Italy, but the Barcelona striker says he will play on.
“This defeat doesn’t change my future,” he is quoted in the Sun.
“Quitting the national team went through my head but I know what is going to happen now. We win or lose all together.
“It’s not only the manager’s problem, even if I know lots of people will talk about him. We had the same manager in the 2006 World Cup final.”