Based on said videos, I created a tactic that resembles Arsene Wenger's 2003-2004 tactical setup. It will not be exactly the same due to limitations on instructions and data, but it is as close as possible.
The tactic has a sweeper, but not running out of the box to close down and get chipped; rather, merely sweeping the box.
The full backs are modern- running up for width to attack.
There is a lopsided central midfield- one DM an deep playmaker, and a box-box.
The wide midfielders run up and cut inside for overlaps, and a false 9 up front to drop deep and create space.
The complete forward is the Henry role- spearheads attack, roams around. In defense, the forwards press the center-backs, otherwise, they find space for the counter.
The wide mids press the full backs, and the two center mids stay back to screen the defense.
The back line, however, holds its shape.
If you made changes to the tactic that made it better, or have a suggestion, feel free to tell me!