The teenager got involved in the session earlier today.
Manchester City, Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur all remain in the hunt for the title, which looks like being relinquished by the inept Chelsea.
With that in mind Arsenal were hard at work in training today at their London Colney facility.
The likes of new signing Mohamed Elneny and returning injury victim Francis Coquelin were both involved - as were youngsters Alex Iwobi and Jeff Reine-Adelaide.
Colombian David Ospina, who has also had injury trouble this season, was also in action.
But another goalkeeper's presence really caught the eye.
Ryan Huddart took part in the session this morning.
Huddart is an 18-year-old stopper from Margate who joined up with the club from Charlton in 2013. An England under-17 international he is certainly a hope for the future at The Emirates.
Whether he is set to feature for Arsenal imminently seems unlikely but it will be great experience for the teenager to train with the first-team stoppers at this point in his career.