Thierry Henry predicts where Arsenal will finish next season

Thierry Henry feels that Arsenal have what it takes to win the Premier League title next season

Thierry Henry is convinced that Arsenal can be crowned Premier League champions next season.

The north London side came in for plenty of criticism last season after failing to sustain a challenge for the Premier League title as they ended up second in the table and 10 points behind eventual champions Leicester City.

Arsenal have not lifted the top flight trophy since Henry was still playing for the club back in 2003-04 when they went the season unbeaten.

Arsene Wenger has found himself under intense pressure to deliver the top flight crown in recent seasons after so long without winning the top trophy.

However, Henry feels that the stability Wenger brings to the north London club can help the Gunners next season as they look to win the title.

Speaking in an interview with The Sun, Henry said: “My heart will always be Arsenal, so I want Arsenal to win. That is my heart talking.

“The only guy that has been there for a very long time now is Arsene. He can take advantage of having the same team.

“That can be an advantage on the others. The others are going to have to gel but that team is already there.”

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Arsenal won the FA Cup in 2013 and 2014 but were forced to settle for a trophyless campaign last term as they ended up behind Leicester in the table.

The Gunners start their new Premier League campaign with a home clash against Liverpool on 14 August.

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