Aaron Ramsey could feature against Hull City today, according to reports.
Last night saw Arsenal receive a double injury boost as both Theo Walcott and Serge Gnabry stepped up their recuperation from serious knee injuries in and under-21 game with Blackburn Rovers.
Arsenal's injury list has again grown long, with Arsene Wenger having to deal with the absences of players such as Walcott, Gnabry, Mesut Ozil, Laurent Koscielny, Mathieu Debuchy and Olivier GIroud to name but a few.
With that in mind any boost will be taken, now it looks like they have one.
It is reported this morning by Goal.com that Aaron Ramsey could feature against Hull City TODAY.
The Welsh international, who has had problems with injury throughout his career, has been out of action since the game with Tottenham Hotspur at the end of September.
He was initially ruled out for up to eight weeks with a hamstring injury but reportedly took part in full training yesterday, kept well under wraps by the Arsenal photographers, and could feature against The Tigers.
To add credence to the report it comes from Goal journalist Wayne Veysey, who has excellent links to the club, and rarely gets it wrong on the subject of Arsenal FC.
Wenger has previously intimated that Ramsey could return against Anderlecht in midweek but with him seemingly fighting fit, it looks as though he might just throw him into the mix earlier than anticipated.