Arsenal’s Theo Walcott is set to return for the club from injury, and teammate Jack Wilshere is excited about it.
The winger ruptured his knee ligaments during the North London derby in January, and hasn’t played a match since.
The England international’s return to the team would be a huge boost to an Arsenal team that has won just 2 games out of their last 8.
“I’ve never played with someone before who times their runs so perfectly and keeps doing it, time after time,” Wilshere told Arsenal’s website on Monday.
“He gives us something different, he gives us pace. I know we’ve got Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who gives us pace but Theo gives you something different without the ball.
“It’s a dream for a midfielder.”
“He’s got physically stronger and he looks quicker than he did before, that might seem impossible but he does,” Wilshere said. “He’s done a lot of work on his quads and his power so he’s going to come back fine.”