Arsenal have a number of first-team stars back in contention for the Premier League trip to West Ham on Saturday.
Unai emery will be eased to have many of his first-choice defenders back in training, having had to make do with makeshift backlines throughout the festive period.
Laurent Koscielny was due to begin the fa game with Blackpool, only to pull out after suffering a back spasm in the warm-up, but is currently back in full coaching, along with fellow central defender Shkodran Mustafi, who was fighting a hamstring injury before Christmas, and only managed 45 minutes in both the Liverpool and Fulham games.
Hector Bellerin has not compete since the loss away to Southampton in mid-December but is back in the mix, whereas nacho Monreal might come back after a hamstring strain.
Mesut Ozil could also play, when having missed the last 3 games with a knee injury but Henrikh Mkhitaryan isn't expected to be back in full training till next month because of a foot injury.
Young centre back Konstantinos Mavropanos is yet to feature this season, but is back after a groin strain, but Rob Holding remains a long-term absentee, as does Danny Welbeck.