Men's Singles Final - Thierry Henry watches Switzerland's Roger Federer play against Serbia's Novak Djokovic
Thierry Henry has taken to Twitter to react to his departure from his coaching role at Arsenal.
The Gunners legend had been working with the youth players at the club as part of his UEFA A license course.
The Gunners had been impressed by his work, even going as far as to offer him the role of Under 18 assistant manager.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
However, Arsene Wenger had insisted that he could only take up the position should he agree to give up his role as a pundit with Sky Sports.
It was believed that the Frenchman was concerned by the potential of Henry criticising the current youngsters, something he has done in the past, and then having to work with them on the training field.
Arsenal's Thierry Henry celebrates after scoring his teams seventh goal
The 38-year-old rejected the proposal though, instead electing to depart the Emirates and continue his work elsewhere. And reacting on Twitter, he has thanked the club and said he respects his former manager’s decision.
I would like to thank Andries Jonker for offering me the chance to coach the U18's @arsenal, which I was honoured to accept. However .../ctd— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) July 12, 2016
/ctd... I respect Arsène Wenger's decision and I want to wish their manager Kwame Ampadu, the boys and .../ctd— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) July 12, 2016
/ctd... everyone at the club all the best for the forthcoming season.— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) July 12, 2016
It now remains to be seen where Henry will look to move to next, with a number of clubs sure to welcome him with open arms.
Perhaps he could try to follow Mikel Arteta to Manchester City and link up with his former manager Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola poses after the press conference