Premier League giants Arsenal have been afforded a timely boost on the personnel front, ahead of their fast-approaching meeting with Brentford.
Mikel Arteta’s troops are of course primed to return to action this weekend.
After sitting out last weekend’s action as the English football pyramid paid their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, the Gunners will be one of 14 clubs to take to the pitch in the Premier League over the course of the coming days.
Arsenal will make to the Brentford Community Stadium sitting top of the table, but nevertheless eyeing a return to winning ways, after slipping to defeat at the hands of Manchester United last time out.
And such hopes could well be boosted by the return to fitness of two key members of Arteta’s squad.
The players in question? Ben White and Thomas Partey.
Stopper White and midfielder Partey were viewed as major doubts to feature in west London this weekend, owing to respective injury concerns.
Late on Friday, though, positive news has come to the fore regarding the wellbeing of both.
First, photos of White training alongside the rest of Arsenal’s stars surfaced online:
And this was followed in short order by further images of Partey, sidelined for the best part of a month now, playing his part at London Colney, too: