Arsenal star who was injured during World Cup duty with England is back at London Colney working out with his fellow Gunners.
Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) July 23, 2014
Versatile Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has returned to full first-team training after suffering a medial knee ligament injury during an England warm-up game against Ecuador, ahead of their disappointing World Cup campaign last month.
Arsenal circulated the photograph of Oxlade, 20, through their official Twitter account alongside the excitable strap-line: "Look who's back!"
The Ox, alongside Jack Wilshere and other Gunners, engaged in stretching, light weight workouts and small-sided games at their London Colney base ahead of their brief tour of the USA, which culminates in a July 26 showdown against New York Red Bulls, featuring club legend Thierry Henry.
It is, as of yet, unclear over who exactly will be on the plane for the trip, but one player - Theo Walcott - will unlikely travel State-side as he continues his own rehabilitation program following his own knee ligament injury suffered early this year.
Jack Wilshere, meanwhile, recently posted on his own social media account that he was looking forward to going to New York.