Wilshere, sustained a hairline fracture to his left foot during the 3 Lions’ last international friendly against Denmark in March.
The player feared the worse as he thought the latest injury would rule him out of the rest of the season completely as well as the World Cup competition holding in Brazil this June.
But Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has revealed that injured midfielder; Jack Wilshere could be back in time for the Gunners’ FA Cup final against Hull City May 17th. Meaning the player would not miss-out completely the rest of the season as he once feared.
“He is starting to jog this week”.
“I would think two to three weeks. I spoke to (England manager) Roy Hodgson and I told him that Wilshere will be available for (the World Cup). “
“He will be just polished for England. Jack can be the positive surprise”.
“Jack has been in and out this year, but I think they have sorted out the problem now. I hope from now on he will always be available.”
The midfielder recently came under pressure from former Arsenal star Robson, insisting that the 22-year-old hasn’t developed as well as everybody would have liked him to.
“He lacks discipline. He wants to get on the ball and charge into tackles, there seems to be no discipline”. Robson said.
The talented midfielder was criticized for not being cautious with his tackles and this has led to his concurrent injury woes and set backs.
The England international,22, enjoyed a better campaign for Arsenal in the first half of the season – scoring three goals and making four assists in 23 games. But has had a rough campaign in the second half of the season, being out of action since the start of March. With Wilshere playing only 8 Premier League games in the last four months for Arsene Wenger’s side.
Injuries have been a common theme during his time as a Gunners player, as ankle troubles have long been an issue for Wilshere, but Wenger hopes it will be a thing of the past.
Arsenal’s FA Cup final will be in just shy of four weeks time, so Wilshere will be confident of returning in time for us.