Jack Wilshere is set to make an early return to action, with the English midfielder ready to rejoin full training ahead of schedule, according to Arsene Wenger on Arsenal’s official website.
The 23-year-old has been out of action since our disappointing clash with Manchester United in November, in which Paddy McNair connected with a nasty tackle.
With his original return date set to be some time in March, Wilshere should now be set to resume normal training in the next ten days.
The boss has been pleased with his recovery, and gave an update on his condition ahead of Sunday’s visit of Aston Villa.
“Jack should join in normal training in 10 days,” he said.
A number of key players seem to be returning at the perfect time, and we could be set for a late surge as we head into the second half of the season.
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Midfield is not a position we are particularly lacking in, but with games coming thick and fast now it will be fantastic to have Jack back in the first team fold.