Arsenal star Jack Wilshere believes he has never been more fit as he tries to convince Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger he is worthy of an English Premier League return. The 25-year-old midfield maestro made a full recuperation from a broken leg before the international break, playing the entire 90 minutes in the Carabao Cup victory over Doncaster and UEFA Europa League win at BATE Borisov.
It was in far away Belarus where Jack Wilshere showed shades of the brilliant form that saw him identified as one of England’s brightest young talents when he first broke through at Arsenal. He produced a display that Arsene Wenger described as outstanding in a 4-2 victory, which has sparked rumour over whether he will be handed a new deal.
Jack Wilshere, whose contract runs out in the summer of 2018, has been given a deadline of December to convince the gunners he is worthy of a new contract, which he can only do with regular football and an injury-free period in the team. And the former AFC Bournemouth loanee is hoping that run can begin when the English Premier League resumes this weekend, with Arsenal travelling to Watford, having returned to the very best physical shape of his football career.