Having missed the last three matches due to personal reasons and quarantine regulations, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been pictured training ahead of the Wolves game.
Arsenal will be pleased to welcome back their skipper although, having not trained for a week, he may not quite be ready to take to the field against Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.
A cameo off the bench could be possible and, either way, his availability is a boost to an Arsenal side that lacked options in attack beyond the starting line-up at the weekend.
Bukayo Saka’s boost:
Arsenal were without Bukayo Saka for the weekend’s goalless draw against Manchester United and his attacking edge was missed.
The Hale End graduate has been arguably the Gunners’ best player so far this season, building on from his superb breakthrough last year.
As mentioned, absences at the weekend left Arsenal with little options in the attacking third off the bench and, while he had a decent first-half performance, Gabriel Martinelli looked a little bit off the pace at times.
ooks set to be available for the clash against Wolves though but it remains to be seen whether he is fit enough to start.
Either way, Arteta looks set to be able to call upon the England international or the aforementioned Gabriel Martinelli off the bench, depending on who is named as a starter.
Arsenal are looking to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League when they lock horns with Wolves on Tuesday