New York Red Bull managed to keep a clean sheet as they won 2-0 at DC United on the weekend.
The Red Bulls were playing their fifth match in seven this season away from New York and were able to complete a shutout whilst scoring two of their won through Henry and Jamison Olave.
Henry was delighted to have kept things solid in defence to make it just their second clean sheet (following the 0-0 draw with DC in March) of the campaign and first of the like on the road in 2013.
"The most important thing for us is to get the three points and also not to concede a goal. We haven't done that away from home in a while and that was important today," the Frenchman said.
"We did score on the road. So that's usually enough for teams to win. And somehow we're doing it. Today we scored two, but one of the main things was that we didn't concede, and we can build on that and make sure we can have a good game at home and try and go on a run."