Arsenal have received a major boost ahead of their weekend match against Watford, with injured duo Kieran Tierney and Rob Holding back in training.
The duo has not featured for the club this current campaign but has given coach Unai Emery a timely boost with the number of matches set to increase from next week as the continental competitions are set to return.
Holding has been out since December 2018 following an injury he suffered against Manchester United, and his involvement with the first team training is a relief to many at the club.
The 23-year-old will be keen on returning to action at Watford, but the trip might come too soon, as the management would like to treat him with caution.
Tierney, on the other hand, arrived at the Emirates in the summer transfer window but carried an injury from Celtic that he suffered towards the end of last season.
Arsenal are currently placed fifth on seven points, having won two matches, drawn once and lost once in their opening four Premier League matches.
They visit a Watford side that is at the bottom of the league on a single point, having lost three and drawn one in their opening four fixtures.