Thierry Henry confirmed that he wouldn’t be able to say no to be the next Arsenal manager if he was offered the job.

Henry gave his thoughts when being asked on the Jonathan Ross show which will be broadcast this weekend. However, Henry knows he needs to learn and has a lot of work to do first.

Morgan Schneiderlin has been pivotal in Southampton’s bid to seal a Champions League ticket next season forming a solid partnership in the middle of the park with Victor Wanyama and his accomplishments has in turn made European elites fight for his signature.

Arsenal have been tracking the 25-year-old for quite some time now, but Southampton have stood firm in their decision not to let the French international leave the Hampshire based football club. However, Ronald Koeman may be forced to see his stalwart leave the club in the summer.

Chuba Akpom cashed in on the departure of a host of strikers in consecutive transfer windows by imposing a threatening figure whenever asked to come on. The teenager has been so impressive that Arsene Wenger claimed that he has the raw potential to become a top-class player.

Speaking to Arsenal Player, the English youth international claimed that his mentality has its roots in east London, where he trained as a juvenile. He was a bit too philosophical for a teenager as he adjudged that anything is achievable, if one puts his heart to it.

Tomorrow is the return of the Champions league which will see Arsenal come up against Monaco.

Arsenal have no new injury worries but Jack Wilshere is looking very unlikely to be involved tomorrow.

Wenger confirmed this at his pre-match press conference but there is not an injury setback. It is believed to just be a rest as Wilshere has put a lot of hard work in to return this early.

Jose Mourinho gave credit to Arsene Wenger today on Goals on Sunday and stated that Wenger has the dream job and is the envy of every manager.

Mourinho was pressed on his relationship with Wenger, “He’s a fantastic manager but I think he has a fantastic situation to be successful.”