Tjaronn Chery has been one of Queens Park Rangers' best attacking players this season.
Chery has enjoyed a fine debut campaign at Loftus Road, with his performances over the second half of the season being particularly impressive.
And Henry says that Chery has caught his eye through his displays in training and on match days.
“Chery has scored quite a few goals for us and has really kicked on the last few months,” the central midfielder said.
“I obviously see him in close hand in training and he’s a really good talent and probably one of the best I’ve seen in that No 10 role.
“He’s got great awareness and knows what is around him. He probably hasn’t played as much as he would have liked this season, but he’s in the team now and doing it on a consistent basis so all credit to him.”
Chery has played a key role for QPR in recent months, and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has given the Dutchman a lot of freedom.
Chery has played 41 times for Rangers this season, and he has scored on 10 occasions.
The 27-year-old has looked like QPR’s most threatening creative force in a number of matches this season, and he will be expected to be similarly as effective next term.
Henry is also likely to stay around at Loftus Road for next campaign, as he has recently been offered a new contract by the club.