Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere could still return before the end of the season, according to Arsene Wenger.
Wilshere is currently out on the sidelines with a broken toe bone and will be desperate to return as Arsenal go in search of Champions League qualification and FA Cup success this season.
As reported by Goal.com, the Gunners boss has insisted that the midfielder can return to the team in the coming weeks, with the England international set to start jogging in the next few days.
Speaking to reporters, the Arsenal boss said: "Jack Wilshere should start to jog this week. It is all going well, but we have to monitor him now day by day.
"The next three weeks will be very important for him. Can he play this season? Yes."
Wilshere will be desperate to prove his fitness ahead of this summer's World Cup, as England target success in Brazil.
The midfield ace certainly won't be available for Arsenal's Premier League clash with West Ham United at the Emirates tomorrow night.
Arsenal will be desperate to secure all three points against their London rivals, with the club in danger of missing out on Champions League qualification this term.