What the papers say: Jack is back

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The SunCrock Jack is ready to rock at last
JACK WILSHERE hopes to resume training with Arsenal this week.

The Daily MirrorSilent treatment: Arsenal striker Giroud vows to ignore Montpellier pals until after the game
Olivier Giroud has ­promised to give his old team-mates the silent treatment when he returns to ­Montpellier with Arsenal.

The Daily MailEXCLUSIVE: Wilshere boost as crocked star returns to training
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is set to hand Arsene Wenger a massive lift by returning to full training this week.

The Daily ExpressOLIVIER GIROUD AIMING FOR WARM RECEPTION...AND A WINNING GOAL FOR ARSENAL
OLIVIER GIROUD returns to the scene of his former glories this week intent on playing the silent assassin.

The Daily StarARSENAL 6 - SOUTHAMPTON 1: SMELLS LIKE TEAM SPIRIT FOR THE GUNNERS
Arsene Wenger is picking up good vibrations from his Arsenal side. The Gunners launch their Champions League campaign against Montpellier tomorrow buoyed by their most impressive display of the season.

The IndependentWhat a difference a year makes for Wenger and his happy Gunners
A year ago this week Arsenal embarked on their Champions League campaign in a state of minor crisis. A narrow win over Swansea had barely blurred the memory of a nightmare start to the season which produced one point from the first three matches, culminating in the 8-2 thrashing at Old Trafford.

The GuardianArsène Wenger feeling the 'vibes' as Arsenal fans start to believe
As the half-time whistle blew moments after Danny Fox's goal had scratched some gloss off Arsenal's 4-0 lead, one established in 37 whirlwind minutes, nervousness began to spread around the Emirates, the instinctive reaction of supporters who have been let down so often by their side in recent seasons.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger urges caution after club emerges as Premier League title contenders
So, can a club repeatedly sell their best players and really still get better? It was a question that Arsène Wenger preferred to dodge on Saturday despite Arsenal’s 6-1 demolition of Southampton but it was still possible to detect genuine optimism in his observations of this emerging team.

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