Thierry Henry insists he is happy at Barcelona – and claimed he would only return to England if he could play for his former club Arsenal.
The France striker, 30, has been linked with a move back to England after a disappointing first season in Spain.
“I’m happy – I don’t regret leaving Arsenal,” he told the BBC’s Football Focus.
“But there’s only one team in England for me. Everybody knows the love and affection I have for Arsenal. I was so into it, I became a fan.”
Henry left Arsenal in a £16.1m move in June 2007 but his first season in Spain has seen the Frenchman plagued by injuries and poor form.
Henry has scored only seven goals in 25 appearances at Camp Nou andhas come in for some strong criticism from the club’s supporters.
“People who know me will tell you, I’m the same in training, I’m the same in life – I cannot act. If I’m not happy, I’m not happy,” he continued.
Asked asked if he would return to play in England, Henry replied: “I don’t know. I’m happy here at Barcelona. I still have three years of my contract left with Barcelona.
“But England… I watch every game that I see on TV. I was watching Stoke City versus Crystal Palace. I will always miss it.
“There has been since I arrived here a lot of speculation from day one but, hey, go back where? There’s only one team for me in my heart. It took me a while to understand what that club, Arsenal, meant.”
Henry insisted he does not regret making the move to Spain.
“I don’t regret stuff in my life,” he said. “Stuff happens for a reason. You don’t regret stuff that you thought about. I don’t regret it.”