Thierry Henry has marked his return to the Sky Sports studio by mocking Jamie Carragher.
The former Arsenal forward has been absent from our screens for almost two years due managerial commitments at former club Montreal Impact.
He has returned on Monday Night Football though and was quick to mock the former Liverpool defender.
As he was welcomed back Henry said: “I’m happy to be here, 2 meters away from Jamie like in the game.”
Carragher replied on social media saying: “It’s a long night”.
Henry scored nine times against Liverpool in all competitions during his Arsenal days.
That included a hat-trick against the Reds at Highbury in 2004 which saw him dance past Carragher.
The pair have teamed up to assess the weekend’s action and Liverpool’s trip to Wolves.
Jurgen Klopp’s side won this fixture at Anfield earlier in the season, but they arrive at Molineux lacking form.
Their home results especially has seen them slide down the table and they have won just one of their last seven league games.
“We have to show up here tonight, that’s clear,” said Klopp before the game.
“Wolves play completely different to RB Leipzig. This is a different challenge and we have to be ready for that.”
Former Wolves star Diogo Jota will return wearing red and Klopp is hoping that he saves the emotion until after the 90 minutes.
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“He has only friends here. He is a really relaxed guy so I dont think he will be too emotional tonight,” he added.
“After the game he has time to speak to his friends, during the game he can show them why they miss him.”