It seems Spurs fans are not the only needy hysterics in the asylum.
Ahead of the north London derby against Tottenham at Wembley on Saturday, Wenger urged caution over likening the pair – although he was pleased Aubameyang has set such lofty aspirations.
“It is an ambitious statement but it is a good one. (Henry is) the best goalscorer ever in Arsenal’s history, so it doesn’t mean he will score as many goals but why not?
“I would say (Aubameyang is most like) Thierry Henry with his quality of runs. But it’s a bit too early to compare him to the best player ever who played here.
“He has played one game. But it’s a good example to follow. His finish was brilliant. His finishing is good. You don’t score by coincidence for so many years, if you score many goals.”
Spurs look to put seven points between themselves and the Gunners this weekend, Pochettino believes his players have now fully adjusted.
“Of course, it was difficult at the start,” the Argentinian said. “It’s like growing up in a certain house for 20 years and then moving.
The task for Pochettino is now to ensure Tottenham head to their new stadium as a Champions League club, with one point still separating them from Chelsea in fourth.