Wilshere reveals Invincibles blueprint for Arsenal style

Wilshere, whose deal expires in the summer of 2018, has been set a December deadline to convince Arsenal he is worthy of a new deal, which he can only justify with regular appearances and an injury-free spell in the team.

"I believe that Jack at the moment is in the best form that I have seen him for a long time".

However, many feel to return to the England fold and fly to Russian Federation next summer as part of the World Cup squad Wilshere needs to be playing week-in-week-out and could have to leave Arsenal in January to offer himself the opportunity.

However, a return to the global fold for Wilshere has been touted following his recovery from a broken leg sustained while on loan at Bournemouth last season. He is very close to being considered like anyone else, ' said the Arsenal boss.

"There are a lot of exciting players going forward and I just think we haven't seen them because we are lacking that central midfield player that is going to unlock the door and see pictures".

The 25-year-old may not have played in the Premier League since April or scored a goal in any competition since June 2015, but there will always be managers willing to take a risk on a player of his talent.

The midfielder has not been used in the Premier League by Wenger this term, but the Frenchman is confident he will get enough chances at Arsenal to earn a place in Gareth Southgate's squad.

'He has played games for us this season and he will play many more'.

Wilshere's main issue is fitness. It is nearly a year since he was named in an global squad.

The Arsenal man has not been in an England squad since last November, but has impressed in his recent performances for Wenger's side.

Following claims that Jack Wilshere only has a few months to save his Arsenal career, it has now been reported that he could be eyeing a move away from the Emirates in January.

Vanessa Coleman