Thomas Partey has been delighted after recovering from ankle injury he sustained early of last month, and ready to working hard in hope of getting Mikel Arteta’s men back into top-four spot challenge this season.
The 27-year-old, who establish himself as one of best midfielder during his time at Atletico, battle with several injuries problem since arrived at Emirates, with his latest injury sustained was an ankle in the Gunners’ pre-season defeat to Chelsea last month.
Partey missed Arsenal’s first three Premier League clash with Brentford as well as the defeats to Chelsea and Manchester City, but was pictured back in training with the group ahead of the weekend’s encounter with Norwich City.
The Ghanaian International trained alongside Ben White, Gabriel Magalheas, Alexandre Lacazette, Nicolas Pepe, Aaron Ramsdale and the rest of Mikel Arteta’s squad, who are not involved in currently international duty.
After appeared at London Colney on Monday’s morning, Partey, 27, took his Instagram account to send message to Arsenal fans across the continent, who put hope in talented midfielder.
The Gunners star admitted that he has been excited to back to work and is among Mikel Arteta’s squad, who working hard in aiming of achieve their goal this season.
Partey’s return could be huge boost for Mikel Arteta’s squad, who are sitting bottom of the league standings with three defeat from the three games, while also yet to record a goal.
The Gunners have splashed out over £150million on sixth players during recently closed summer transfer window, in hope of getting back to top-four spot this season.
And with availability of Partey alongside the arrival of Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Martin Odegaard and Sambi Lokonga, included brilliant performer from players like Saka, Smith-Rowe, Pepe, Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette could helping Arsenal back into top-four spot this season.
As Arsenal face Norwich City in next five days here is one of best contest between Gunners and Norwich at Emirates back 2011/12 campaign, which ended 3-3 draw.