Wenger believes Welbeck is a changed man

The current season of the Premier League kicked off on August 2015 but it wasn’t until February of 2016 when Danny Welbeck was able to make a league appearance and this was due to a long term knee injury which kept him out of the pitch for around 10 months.

There are occasions where some players aren’t able to perform how they used to after having spent such a long period of time out of the pitch due to injury and these injuries can even affect the attitude of the player but according to Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger, the French manager has stated that Danny Welbeck is a better overall player as he has improved and changed ever since making his return to the playing grounds and recovering from his knee injury.

Ozil dismisses claims of Leaving Arsenal

Ever since Mesut Ozil completed his transfer to Arsenal on September of 2013, the German midfielder has been one of the most influential players of the Premier League club as he is a consistent starter and is undoubtedly a key performer of Arsene Wenger’s squad.

For the past few weeks there have been rumours going around suggesting that Ozil was interested in making a return to La Liga and exiting Arsenal but the German midfielder shut down those rumours as he wrote on his twitter account: "Have seen the media reports today. Arsene Wenger was a big reason for me joining Arsenal, this hasn't changed! #Respect #AFC."

Welbeck still doesn’t feel at his 100%

After not being able to play in any competitive match for 10 months, Danny Welbeck made his return to the pitch on February 14 when Arsenal faced off with Leicester City and the English forward went through a dream return as he scored a goal which helped his team in securing a crucial 2-1 triumph over the team of Claudio Ranieri.

Danny Welbeck

Even though Danny Welbeck has been consistently appearing in Arsenal’s latest Premier League matches and scored a goal against Leicester City, the 25 year old attacker has recently stated that he still doesn’t feel to be at his best and he is trying to get back to his old form.

Danny Welbeck returned to the starting line-up with a bang

Arsenal’s forgotten forward Danny Welbeck returned to the starting line-up with a bang after scoring in the 2-1 win over Leicester City.

Table leader Leicester had recently claimed a high-profile scalp in the form of Manchester City at the Etihad stadium. This unlikely victory put them five points clear at the top of the table. They were able to take advantage of clubs like Arsenal and Manchester City being inconsistent this season. Even as early as last year, Leicester would have been favourites to get defeated even when being at home against a top team like Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger has provided a positive news on striker Danny Welbeck

Arsene Wenger has provided a positive news on striker Danny Welbeck, as he expects the England international to come back into the first-team reckoning within the next three or four weeks.

The former Manchester United forward has not played for the gunners this season due to a knee injury. Just before the end of 2015, Welbeck spoke in positive fashion about returning to the first-team. Even though the first month of 2016 is about to end, he is yet to come back. This has raised doubts about yet another injury prone player in the Arsenal team.

Danny Welbeck has had a frustrating last six months

Danny Welbeck has had a frustrating last six months, as he has almost been forgotten in some quarters.

The 25-year-old came to Arsenal with a major hope of establishing himself as a first-team striker at a top club. However, failed to score goals almost immediately saw him replaced by Olivier Giroud. After failing to appear even in a single match so far this season, the Frenchman has firmly established himself as the top striker at Arsenal. Welbeck has to do it all again when he returns from a long spell on the sidelines.

Arsene Wenger is believed to be thinking of resting one of his premier players

Arsene Wenger is believed to be thinking of resting one of his premier players Alexis Sanchez for a few games to make sure that the Chile international is not exhausted moving into the business end of the Season.

Arsenal has been having a fabulous time domestically and Sanchez has a lot to do with that. He is the joint highest scorer for the club in the Premier League games played in the 2015-16 Season so far.

The 26-year old has not had a proper rest period this summer as apart from featuring on a regular basis for Arsenal, he has played a lot of international games too and Wenger reckons, he would break down at some stage if he is not handled with a bit of precaution from here on in.

Wenger has already seen the likes of Walcott and Ramsey getting ruled out for weeks due to muscle issues and he is surely not willing for the same thing to happen to Sanchez as well.

Danny Welbeck will not be part of Arsenal’s pre-season

Danny Welbeck will not be part of Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Asia but it is not due to any concerns about an impending departure from the club.

Manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the striker has still not recovered sufficiently from the injury problems that he suffered towards the end of last season. It was Welbeck’s first season at the Emirates stadium and one that ended in a positive note after the club won the FA Cup. Welbeck played a significant role throughout the campaign, but he missed some important matches due to injury. The FA Cup final was one of them, but Arsenal did not suffer without the former Manchester United man as they romped to a 4-0 win over Aston Villa.