The 43-year-old made over 250 Premier League appearances for Arsenal during his playing days and is the Gunners all-time leading scorer overall.


Henry, who currently leads MLS outfit Montreal, has picked out a Premier League club other than Arsenal that have managed to get his eyes glued to the screen.



The Frenchman revealed that he loves seeing the amazing football played by Leeds under Marcelo Bielsa while he also keeps a close eye on the Ligue 1 clubs in his home country.


Asked which all teams have him hooked on football; Henry told French magazine So Foot: “Today, I love to see Leeds play, it’s amazing.



“I also always continue to watch Ligue 1, whether it’s Brest, Lens.”


Henry admits that despite how well a team might perform, ultimately the results will be the judging criteria, but added that football is so rich in ideas that a coach such as himself can learn a new tactic by watching a non-league side.



“It’s fair game [a team being judged on their results] too and that’s normal.


“But football is so rich that you have to let your ideas express themselves.


“Today, I look for everything to learn.


“You can learn a corner tactic by watching a non-league side.”


Henry sampled managing a European top flight club during his stint at the helm of Ligue 1 outfit Monaco and time will tell whether he will one day find himself in the dugout at the Emirates Stadium.