Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere looks to make his return to first team action at the end of the month against Reading in the Capital One Cup following a lengthy absence due to injury.
Wilshere has made two appearances for the Arsenal Reserves and will play in a behind closed doors against Chelsea on Wednesday.
The club are understandably cautious with Wilshere's rehabilitation as the player has spent the past 17 months sitting on the sidelines.
Apart from prolific tweeting, Wilshere appears to have been taking hard man tips from Arsenal's new coach Steve Bould as he returns sporting a shaved head and numerous tattoos. In an obvious attempt to scare opponents from tackling simply based on his appearance, Wilshere is clearly determined not to never spend such a long time out with injury again.