Whilst the jury is still very much out on Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry’s punditry skills, there’s no denying the Frenchman stars in one of the great football adverts of recent years.

The Sky Sports pundit finds himself superimposed ​in some of the league’s most unforgettable moments since its inception in 1992, celebrating Sky’s 23 years of Premier League coverage.

We see the French World Cup winner on the touchline as Sir Alex Ferguson celebrates clinching the league title before joking about the Germans after Jurgen Klinsmann’s notorious dive celebration.

Henry then witnesses Stan Colloymore’s last minute winner for Liverpool in the infamous 4-3 victory over Newcastle before ducking out of the way of a Tony Yeboah thunderbolt.

More epic moments follow including an Eric Cantona chip, Alan Shearer volley before seeing his own self celebrating the invincible title win of 2004.

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Henry awkwardly avoids an infamous tunnel bust up between Roy Keane and former teammate Patrick Vieira before celebrating alongside West Bromwich Albion after their great escape.

The Frenchman then cleans the camera lens post a Steven Gerrard smooch, nods appreciatively at Wayne Rooney’s stunning overhead kick against Man City before finding himself in and amongst the City supporters for the goosebump inducing Aguero moment.

He then oversees Chelsea’s title celebrations from last season before exclaiming “That is why my friends, this is the best league in the world.”

He’s not wrong.