Strikers Andre Gray and Mark Cullen both took to Twitter to thank the captain for his influence on and off the field during the title-winning season, while chairman Nick Owen has also been in touch.
Henry said: “The players have shown great support to me, I think every single one of them has text me and wished me well.
“It’s been quite overwhelming how much support I’ve had and how much of a miss I’ll be in the dressing room.
“I think I offered quite a lot off the field not just on the field.
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“I think a lot of fans that maybe gave me a little bit of stick, the real fans probably understood that.”
Henry also felt he had played quite a part in the development of Gray’s talents this season, while the full back admitted he is now actively looking for a new club.
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