After a dissapointing start to the season, Arsenal are set to have an injury boost, with their striker Danny Welbeck set to return and will be available for selection in the team to face Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
Reports from Evening Standard are stating that the England forward is now back to full training after being sidelined over an hamstring injury. The 26-year-old could just in contention for the team to play against their rivals in the weekend at the Emirates Stadium, after showing a full fitness in the training sessions and have impressed the manager.
The former Manchester United forward has been on the sidelines months ago, with his last appearance for the Gunners was marked in a defeat to Watford in a Premier League match.
However, with the records possessed by Welbeck against Tottenham, where he has so far netted twice and further providing four assists in 11 appearances against the arch-rivals.
Spurs have not a lost a single match to the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium since the 2013-14 campaign a feet which, the White Londoners will be willing to extend in the derby.
Ahead of the London Derby, the Gunners has a really serious injury worries, with Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud being ruled out of the match with injury.
Danny Welbeck seeming to be the only returnee from the injury crisis, which will see him spearhead the Arsene Wenger attack against the Spurs on Saturday with the hopes of gathering all three points from the game.
Meanwhile, Tottenham boss Pochettino has no injury worries as key players, Harry Kane and Dele Alli were rested during the international break and will see them on full power and strength against their much-hated rivals.