Arsene Wenger is hoping to see Thierry Henry return to Arsenal as manager, but only after Mikel Arteta has delivered another Premier League title at Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners have already turned to one familiar face for inspiration as they seek to recapture former glories.

Former club captain Arteta returned to north London in December 2019 after Unai Emery was ushered through the exits.

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A man who delivered three Premier League title triumphs across his 22-year reign in north London told The Guardian when asked if he would like to see Henry follow in his footsteps: “Well, I wish.

“I hope that Thierry Henry is successful in his career as a manager, and if he’s successful as a manager he might one day come back to Arsenal.

“But I especially wish that we go back to win the championship before that happens.

“For example, now we have Mikel Arteta in charge, why should we not do it? A club is about identity.

“Identity is about values and values are about the people who carry these values. And so it’s important there is a continuity on that front for me.”

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