Arsenal star Theo Walcott has returned to training after a 10 month layoff due to a knee injury, Sky Sports reports.
The English winger tore his anterior cruciate ligament back in January of this year, forcing him to miss the World Cup.
But now Walcott is back training for the first-team, which will come as a huge boost to manager Arsene Wenger with several key players currently sidelined with injury.
The Gunners also welcomed the return of German midfielder Serge Gnarby, who has recovered from a knee problem sustained back in April.
The best news is however the recovery of Nacho Monreal from a back injury, with Arsene Wenger’s defence looking extremely thin after learning of Laurent Koscielny’s Achilles tendon injury he picked up with France.
England international Danny Welbeck also limped off while playing for the Three Lions, but the injury was quite minor, which will allow the former Manchester United striker to be train as scheduled.
Arsenal will be hosting Hull City at the Emirates in this Saturday’s Premier League clash.