He featured 131 times for Everton and has played four games for West Brom after signing for around £800,000 in the summer.
He made his first appearance as a substitute in the game against FC Cologne in the Europa League and made his first Arsenal start in 493 days during the Gunners' 1-0 win over Doncaster in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday (20 September).
Barry will register his 633rd appearance in the rebranded top-flight against Arsenal, breaking a record previously held by Ryan Giggs, yet is talking openly about playing football into his 40s.
"It is certainly something, when I do end up finishing, I will sit back and be really proud of, and try to take in what has happened in between a bit more".
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"I think he's an Arsenal man and an Arsenal player".
"I want to go as long as possible", Barry said. "I've been able to keep going". Whether it will stay around for long I don't know'.
West Brom crashed out of the competition following Leroy Sane's added-time victor to secure a 2-1 win for Manchester City at the Hawthorns. More so for my kids, I'd be proud for them to see their dad up there.
Danny Welbeck is out until after the worldwide break with a groin injury and long-term injured midfielder Santi Cazorla is unlikely to be involved in first-team matters until the turn of next year.
"No. Once the transfer period is over, you focus on your squad and your players".