Arsenal get their Premier League campaign under way tomorrow, when they welcome Crystal Palace to The Emirates Stadium.
The club go into the game on a high after thrashing champions Manchester City in the Community Shield and after a summer of transfer productivity in the form of David Ospina, Callum Chambers and of course Alexis Sanchez.
And the aura of positivity at the club continued today as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrated his 21st birthday - although he was not to worried about that. No he was more pleased to see his 'big bro' Theo Walcott back in action on the training pitch - as he showed by sharing this video and accompanying message on Facebook:
Walcott has been out of action after tearing knee ligaments in a cup tie against Arsenal's arch-rivals Tottenham in January. The injury kept him out for the rest of the season and the World Cup, but he is making his way back into action gradually - Arsene Wenger stating he should join full training at the beginning of September.
Walcott has been sprinting again this week, and Oxlade-Chamberlain is just one player who cannot wait to have him back in contention for Arsenal this season.