Arsenal have received a triple injury boost ahead of the Premier League clash against Manchester United on Saturday evening.
The Gunners have missed the services of Kieran Tierney over the past two games with a calf problem, but he has now returned to full training.
Meanwhile, Thomas Partey and Emith Smith-Rowe were also present in the training session after overcoming their respective knocks.
The north London giants have built momentum with five wins and one draw from the previous six Premier League games.
They are now within three points of the Europa League places and will be hoping to extend the good run of form against United.
The capital outfit are unbeaten in the last five league games against the Red Devils with three wins and two draws.
They beat them 1-0 at Old Trafford in November last year and have the chance to do the double over them for the first time in 14 years.