Thierry Henry admits he hasn't ruled out the possibility of another return to Arsenal after scoring a dream winner in the final seconds at Sunderland.
Henry has been on loan with the Gunners from New York Red Bulls since January but he will head back to America after Arsenal's Champions League second round first leg trip to AC Milan on Wednesday.
The 34-year-old, who became an Arsenal legend during his first spell with the club, has mostly been used as a substitute this time, but he has still made an impressive impact and the French star hinted he could be back again if Wenger needs him.
Asked if there might be a possibility of another return next season, he replied: "You can never say never, right? "You need to ask the boss. I don't know. I have always said it, it's kind of difficult for me to say no.
"If they need some help one day, I will be around."