Despite still being the Belgium assistant head coach, Thierry Henry is looking for a project that would allow him a return to management.
Although Roberto Martinez quit as Belgium boss after they failed to make it out of the groups states of the World Cup in Qatar.
Henry has not quit his role, nor has he been asked to leave, and while there have been some rumours regarding him taking over from Martinez, it seems he’s looking for a domestic club.
“Of course, I have to consider my words because I’m currently the assistant manager of the Belgium national team,” Henry said in an interview with Prime Video, via Foot Mercato.
“We are speaking about the future. One day, I hope to [become a manager], if the project is right… If there is an opportunity, you have to evaluate it and look at it.”
Henry, 45, has previously managed Monaco and Montreal, leaving his role there at the start of 2021. Over the course of 49 games in as manager/head coach, Henry has averaged 1.01 points-per-game.