Thierry Henry says 'you need to ask the boss' if he will return to Arsenal on loan in the future as he prepares to end his brief stay back at Emirates Stadium.
The 34-year-old marked his final Premier League appearance for the Gunners by scoring the winner at Sunderland on Saturday to take his tally to three goals in six substitute outings.
He is available for the first leg of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League clash with AC Milan before he returns to New York Red Bulls later in the week.
Arsene Wenger has admitted he tried to extend his fellow Frenchman's loan by a further week and is not ruling out trying to bring Henry back to the club in the future.
Henry did not comment on whether he would take in a third spell with Arsenal after admitting everything has happened 'so fast' since agreeing to return to North London.
"I don't know about that," Henry told Sky Sports about rejoining Arsenal. "You need to ask the boss.
"My thing is that I was on holiday in Mexico, chilling, and the boss asked me if I wanted to come back.
"I just want to help the team, that is it.
"Everything happened so fast, so quick and I am already going after the Milan game. I will see after that what happens.
"It's kind of unreal sometimes to think about what has happened. I'm an Arsenal player for the moment, for one more game, and I just want to help."