He's currently the best striker in the world and the leading force in the record-breaking 43-matches-without-a-loss Arsenal team, and now Thierry Henry is set to grace the Pro Evolution Soccer 4 box and more in a deal that sees him moving to Konami's awesome footie title.
This is a bit of coup for Konami, seeing as Henry currently fronts Electronic Arts' FIFA 2004. Apparently, Henry is a fan of Pro Evo, stating, "The Pro Evolution Soccer series is by far the closest to real football." Well, he's right but he was hardly going to say anything different, was he? "I am very excited to be involved with a game of this calibre and look forward to working closely with Konami of Europe in the coming months," he added, like the consummate professional that he is.
We have stacks of movies of Pro Evolution 4's new tricks and bits: and follow the links to see what promises to be the world's greatest footie game in action.
Pro Evolution Soccer 4 is out on 2 October for PS2, followed by Xbox and PC versions in November