Jack Wilshere is feeling good and nearly back to his best

The Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has slowly been regaining his fitness and speed, and although he was a bit over enthusiastic when he got sent off at Old Trafford, he thinks that it won’t be long now before he returns to his former glory. And with Arsenal currently dropping further behind in the bet365 latest football odds for the Premier League title, Wishere is now needed badly!

The England star though admitted that he was a little worried when he first returned to the squad. Wilshere said: “I’m quite surprised actually. When I first played in the under-21s, I was really rusty and I think it was clear for everyone to see.

Frimpong remains confident over full recovery after second knee injury

Although Emmanuel Frimpong suffered a cruciate ligament injury while he was on loan from Arsenal to Wolverhampton, he remains confident over his recovery.

The Arsenal midfielder is confident he will return the same player he was before the terrible knee injury, once his recovery is complete. Frimpong suffered his cruciate knee ligament injury in February, and it ruled him out of football for several months.

The 20 year old is trying to recover from his second injury of this type, after the one in 2010 which sidelined him for nine months.

Arsene Wenger Still Pessimistic about Jack Wilshere’s Recovery

The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is still overcautious regarding Jack Wilshere after the injuries which afected his ankle and kept him away from the Gunners squad for the whole length of the season.

Jack Wilshere got injured in the preseason and was out for a very long time, but everybody’s rooting for him to return to action at the Olympics and prove that he hasn’t lost his way despite the very long absence.

“At the moment Jack has a different worry,” said Wenger.

Wilshere and Goetze lining up to meet at the Euros – And play together next year?

The Arsenal transfer target Mario Gotze will have to bounce back in shape as fast as humanly possible if he still wants to move away from the Bundesliga. Just like Arsenal’s very own Jack Wilshere, he is recovering from injury, and also like Jack, he is aiming to get five League games under his belt ahead of the selection for the Euro2012 tournament.

Gotze is highly likely to lose his place at the EURO 2012 championship if he won’t immediately prove he retains his form and it would be a shame after helping the Germans qualify with an amazing set of performances for his national squad.