Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will be available for selection against Fulham this weekend to boost the Gunners' challenge for the title, reports suggest.
Ramsey's goals at the beginning of the season shaped his side's title challenge with eight goals scored in his first 11 matches.
His contributions have sealed a brilliant comeback from a double leg-break in 2010 and Ramsey is now an integral member of Arsene Wenger's squad.
The 25 year old has been out since the Boxing Day win over West Ham United but could return for the visit of Fulham at the Emirates on Saturday.
Ramsey's contributions for Arsenal side this season have silenced many doubters who thought he may never recover from what was a career-threatening injury and the former Cardiff man will be keen to continue showing just how important he is upon his return.
For Arsenal, taking three points this weekend is paramount as they currently sit at the top of the table and just one point ahead of Manchester City.
The north London side's goal difference is vastly inferior to Manuel Pellegrini's men and Wenger will be keen to continue picking up points on a regular basis as he looks to prove his side can stand tall next to the big-spenders.
And with Theo Walcott suffering a season-ending injury of his own this month, rupturing his anterior cruciate knee ligaments, the impeding return of a player who can provide assistance in both defence and attack will be particularly helpful in the Gunners' march towards the title.