By Harvey Byrne

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry posted “next time” following his former club’s draw against fierce rivals Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The former striker, who made 394 appearances for the club, scoring 228 goals across two spells still holds a close affiliation to the Gunners.

He watched on as Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw at home after Kevin Wimmer put Arsene Wenger’s side 1-0 up before Harry Kane converted from the spot to net the equaliser.

After the match, Thierry Henry took to his personal Twitter account to post “next time”, while also using the “Come On You Gunners” hashtag.

The draw has seen Arsenal drop down to fourth place in the table and sit two points off of the league leaders after Liverpool and Chelsea both picked up victories over the weekend.

The Premier League has now gone into an international break before Arsenal will head to their other rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils are currently sat in sixth place and six points behind Wenger’s side under Jose Mourinho, as they look to make a return to Champions League football.

It’s another match which comes with lots of history and stories from Henry’s playing time, while United won their last meeting at home 3-2 in February.

In other Arsenal news, fans reacted on Twitter to Jack Wilshere’s England call-up.