Barcelona striker Thierry Henry has insisted that he has no problems with any of the personnel at Camp Nou, contrary to reports.
The French forward has shown signs of his former self with strong performances in the wins over Valencia and Stuttgart this week and now the 32-year-old has come out to let his views be known on suggestions of unrest.
"There are many stories, more from France than here [Spain]. I have no problem with anyone here, not the coach, not with anyone. I want to stress this because sometimes I hear things that are quite painful," he told Sport.
With regard to coach Pep Guardiola's demand for a more aggressive effort from Henry, the striker said he would try his best however he is asked to play.
"The coach says what he wants. He played me up front and I tried to help as best I could. And finally he put me out on the left," he said.
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