Henry hopes to extend his Arsenal goalscoring record after coming off the bench to fire the Gunners into the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win over Simon Grayson's Leeds.
The 34-year-old has rejoined the club he left for Barcelona in 2007 on a short-term loan deal from New York Red Bulls - and did not disappoint on his second debut when he slotted home 12 minutes from time as the resistance of the Championship club was finally broken.
Henry will be available for a six-week spell which will take in matches against Manchester United and, in the Champions League, AC Milan, possibly even the showdown with arch-rivals Tottenham on February 26.
Given his 20-minute cameo masterclass, that could just be the spark Arsenal need to push on towards a successful end to a season which started so badly.
"I never thought I was going to play for Arsenal again or score a winner," Henry said. "I love the club and I hope I can do more.
"I hope it won't be the last one. The feeling I had wh...