Jack Wilshere was involved in an Arsenal Q&A earlier, and had positive news regarding his return to action after a lengthy layoff.
The 23-year-old has been out since November after suffering yet another ankle injury, with Manchester United youngster Paddy McNair catching him awkwardly.
It was originally claimed that the England international would be out for around three months, but it appears now as though he could return earlier than expected.
A fan asked: “How is the progress on your recovery from injury Jack?”
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With Wilshere replying: “Thanks for asking about my injury. It’s coming along really well thanks. I have started kicking a ball and I am running. So I am just trying to get my fitness levels up and then, hopefully, I’ll be back soon.”
Jack returned to light training, but is still some way off being ready for first team football. With the fantastic recent performances of the likes of Santi Cazorla and Francis Coquelin, he is also likely to find it difficult to break back into the team immediately. With Mesut Özil and Aaron Ramsey also recently returning from injury, Arsene Wenger could soon have a real selection headache on his hands.