Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere continued his efforts to recover from injury with another run out for the Under 21s against Reading on Monday, reports the Mirror.
The 23-year-old England international has be struck with injury problems throughout most of his career- and for a majority of this season.
RETURN TO FITNESS
According to the same report, Wilshere’s return to the Arsenal set-up will give Arsene Wenger a boost when selecting his side ahead of their FA Cup semi-final clash with Reading on Saturday.
The midfielder also featured in reserve games against Brentford and Stoke City in late March and early April, so will now be desperate to kick on before the end of the campaign.
The young Arsenal side lost 1-0 to Reading despite the best efforts from Wilshere. It's certainly a result that no Arsenal fan will be hoping for come Saturday.
The ever-sidelined Abou Diaby and youth prospect Serge Gnabry also featured in the reserve fixture on their return to fitness.
Arsenal Under-21’s boss Steve Gatting praised the three first team squad members on their efforts in the loss, speaking to Arsenal.com: “The result was disappointing and the performance was okay. We came out with some good positives. Abou Diaby was excellent in the time he was on the pitch and Jack Wilshere was outstanding - the best player on the pitch by far.
"Serge Gnabry got through it for the second 90 minutes he’s played for us and it’s minutes on the pitch that will get their sharpness back.”
Wilshere will be hoping to stay injury free on his return, with the Gunners still hoping to claim a Premier League and FA Cup double.
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