Wenger hopes Henry's presence can inspire Gunners

Updated: 18 November 2011 16:40 IST

English Premier League club Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger hopes the presence of the club's former star Thierry Henry at a training session this week can inspire his side, which is looking to win its fifth consecutive match in the League.

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English Premier League club Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger hopes the presence of the club's former star Thierry Henry at a training session this week can inspire his side, which is looking to win its fifth consecutive match in the League.

The Gunners will meet Norwich on Saturday.

The 34-year-old former Arsenal captain, who left the club for Barcelona in 2007, has briefly rejoined his old club to stay in shape after the New York Red Bulls' Major League Soccer play-off campaign came to an end, Xinhua reported.

Wenger was happy to see the French striker back with the London club, telling Arsenal Players: "Thierry was in with our training today, and he does not need to show how good he is. He just wants to stay fit and enjoy the football club again, because he is at home here and it is always good to have him back."

Topics : Football Arsenal Barcelona Mark Hughes Alex Ferguson Manchester City English Premier League
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