The Gunners have confirmed the return of a key player ahead of this weekend’s clash with Stoke City in the Premier League.
Arsenal will be looking to make a positive return to action after the international break when they take on the Potters at the Emirates stadium on Sunday.
Ahead of the clash with Stoke, there have been various reports regarding the uncertainty of Jack Wilshere’s future at the club.
What has also remained uncertain is the fitness of the midfielder, having picked up a new injury recently.
But Arsenal’s assistant boss Steve Bould eased any fears from fans over Wilshere’s injury on Thursday by confirming that the 26-year-old is back in good condition.
“Not that I’m aware of.” Bould said when asked whether there was an issue with how England treated Wilshere
“I don’t know where the issues or the reports are coming from to be honest with you.
“Jack had a bit of a knee problem I think, but he’s come back and he’s fine. As far as I’m aware, there’s no issue.”