Arsene Wenger has given further updates on the injury situation ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League clash with Watford.
Following yesterday’s updates on Wilshere, Rosicky and Cazorla, he revealed there are no further problems with the players who are returning from international duty.
“All the players who were away have come back in good shape,” he said. “Petr Cech will join training today, but I haven’t decided if he’ll be in the squad tomorrow.
“The other good news is Wilshere and Rosicky are back in full training. Cazorla has started to run but he’s still a few weeks away, I think. You have to always be a bit cautious because you never know how people will respond to training.
“Whether he’ll be fit properly before the end of the season, I don’t know.”
Pressed on when Wilshere might be back, he said, “To be back fully competitive will take a few weeks. Once he’s completely fit he’ll be available for Arsenal and the national team.”
And with just eight games left to play, Wenger was clear about what was necessary for the remainder of the season.
“What is important is that we play our eight games will full commitment and passion and see what happens.”