Thierry Henry may have left Arsenal 11 years ago, but the French striker still has a strong connection with the club’s fans… no matter how young they are.
And one Gunners fan has taken to social media to prove it.
In a video shared by the guys over at SPORTbible, a young boy can be seen standing in front of a huge picture of the World Cup winner, as he celebrates scoring against Leeds United during a loan spell in 2012.
The man behind the camera goes on to ask his son, “Who is it?”
And without flinching, the youngster adorably replies, “It’s God.”
Needless to say, the video will surely pull at the heart-strings of the Emirates faithful, who haven’t had a player of Henry’s quality since the 40-year-old left for Barcelona in 2007:
This Arsenal fan starting his kid young with a Thierry Henry history lesson… pic.twitter.com/5sxmN2JiMC
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) January 26, 2018
Arsenal are currently in the market for a new striker, with reports linking the club with a January move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
However, the deal remains in the balance with the Gabon international sharing a cryptic message via his Instagram account earlier today.