Thierry Henry not thinking about retirement
New York: Thierry Henry admits that he has not given much thought to extending his contract with the New York Red Bulls when it expires in 2015.
The 35-year-old, who is entering his 19th professional season, has spoken about his desire to become a coach, with some speculating that he could replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal at some stage.
But on the subject of retirement, Henry said: "You`re going a bit too far. There`s two more years, let`s see what happens.
"Right now, it`s still two years [left on my contract] so I`m good with that if they are good with that too.
"I`m going to honor my contract and see what happens."
And new sporting director Roxburgh told Goal.com that the subject of extending Henry`s deal had not yet arisen, adding: "I spoke with Thierry Henry at some length before I even came here.
"The first thing was about how he wanted the team to be professional, to have a good team and to see us going in the right direction. Those are the expectations at this moment."
Henry made his professional debut in August 1994 as a member of AS Monaco, and has gone on to score 340 goals and make 178 assists in 725 club appearances for sides including Arsenal and Barcelona.
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