​Thierry Henry was undoubtedly one of the greatest players to play in the ​Premier League but a football fan has decided to dispute that claim by comparing the ​Arsenal legend to two other Premier League icons.

The Frenchman possessed an immense amount of skill and carried Arsenal to their unforgettable Premier League triumph in the 2003-04 season. Henry spent eight years at Arsenal, making 254 appearances for the Gunners between 1999-2007 and scored a total of 174 goals, before staging a move to ​Barcelona.

Last week, ​Sergio Aguero overtook Henry as the highest-scoring foreigner in the Premier League, and according to one fan, he was never that good anyway. Likening Henry to Wayne Rooney and Didier Drogba, ​@UtdChi suggested that Henry's record of scoring in big games wasn't good enough.

Arsenal fans, brace yourselves, for you're not going to like what comes ahead.

@UtdChi went on to compare the ​Chelsea team Drogba dragged to the Champions Leagues final in 2011-12, and the ​Manchester United team Wayne Rooney led to the 2010-11 CL finals.

He also went on to talk about Henry's away form, which to be honest, doesn't inspire much confidence right now.

And the Frenchman's ​Champions League record as Arsenal continued their search for their first European trophy.

If that wasn't enough, the fan went on to talk about Henry's move to a peak Barcelona squad in 2007.

And to make matters worse, he called Arsenal's greatest player a "lucky French Harry Kane". Oops!

To be fair to Henry, all this seems rather harsh on the Frenchman who won two Premier League titles, including one with Arsenal's Invincibles, two FA Cups, and helped the side to a Champions League final.

In that time he was a runner up in the Ballon d'Or, something neither Drogba or Rooney managed, won four Premier League Golden Boots and was the Player of the Season twice. He also scored 51 goals for France in an international career in which he lifted the World Cup in 1998 and won the Euros two years later.

Safe to say, this fan has certainly made a lot of enemies on Twitter.