Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Jack Wilshere has three months to save Arsenal career, hints Arsene Wenger

Jack Wilshere has three months to save Arsenal career, hints Arsene Wenger

He needs to keep his health and be capable of competing.

The midfielder, who has been plagued by injuries throughout his career, has been lined up as a surprise call-up to Gareth Southgate's squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation next summer after impressing for Arsenal in previous weeks.

Wilshere has seen his once incredibly promising career be plagued by injuries in the last few years, but he is now available for selection, and believes he can get back to his very best.

Arsene Wenger has suggested the next three months will be make or break for Jack Wilshere's Arsenal career.

Wenger added: "It's a vital season because he's nearing the end of his contract and it's a World Cup year".

'It's a vital season because he's at the end of his contract, it's a World Cup year, he's been an Arsenal player since a kid.

Today the requests and demands in the competitions are so high physically that you can only be your best physically if you can play at least 10 games on the trot.

That's coming back and my fitness levels, if I'm honest, are probably the best they've ever been. The English global has featured for the Gunners three times in cup competitions but Wenger has said that he needs to play regular games between the now and December to have a chance of re-igniting his career. When I first broke into the first team, even looking back when I was 16, you take things for granted.

Jack Wilshere made 32 key passes for Bournemouth in the Premier League last season.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has claimed that he is fitter than ever following his latest return from injury. If there are other setbacks then it will be hard for him.

In fact he had a very good game in BATE Borisov, a very brilliant first half when he was back to his best. But to do that he will need to stay fit and play incredible football consistently for the entire campaign to convince the Arsenal boss. "But let's hope in the next two to three weeks he can play regularly in the first team".

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