Thierry Henry is reportedly keen to join another London Premier League club to gain coaching experience after leaving his role at Arsenal.
Thierry Henry is reportedly interested in coaching at another Premier League club in London after leaving Arsenal.
The Frenchman, who spent eight years of his playing career at the North London outfit, was removed as Under-18 coach by first-team manager Arsene Wenger earlier this week.
Henry had been working with the Gunners' youth talent as part of his UEFA A Licence course, but was dropped after reportedly refusing to give up his role as a TV pundit for Sky Sports.
According to The Times, West Ham United and Watford are potential destinations for the former striker, who is keen to stick with London clubs.
Henry has so far been juggling his coaching responsibilities with his Sky Sports role, which reportedly earns him £4m a year.