Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is frustrated over Wilshere’s prolonged setback, but declared that there’s nothing he can do to speed up the process.
Arsenal’s wondekid Jack Wilshere has been out since the beginning of the season and hasn’t managed to be back in action as soon as Wenger hoped he will, so frustration is at a high for both the Frenchman and the young athlete.
“I always said February, [so] it is frustrating, but then again you have to respect human nature,” said Wenger
“What is most important is that for such a young player you have to respect his future.”
Wilshere returned to training last month but according to official Arsenal reports the player suffered a major setback and will still have to be out for quite a while. Fortunately, rumours which were saying that the attacking midfielder would be out for the rest of the season were snubbed by club officials, but it will still take some time until Wilshere will be ready to get back into action.
Arsenal’s newly transferred midfielder Eisfeld has the chance to prove himself and become an established Arsenal player before Wilshere will return and the competition for the first team spots in the midfield will become tougher.