After weeks of nothing but bad news about fitness in Arsene Wenger's post-match press conferences, there's finally something good to glean from what The Professor said after the team's 2-1 win over Swansea. Tomas Rosicky is leaving Club Diaby and will be an option when Arsenal hosts Napoli in tomorrow's Champions League face-off. Though Rosicky's more likely to be an off-the-bench option rather than a starter tomorrow, Wenger expresses confidence that Rosicky can be dropped into numerous offensive positions and a little bit of relief that he's finally beginning to assemble options.
Rosicky is back into the squad for tomorrow and is available again. He has recovered from his hamstring injury...He can play in all the offensive positions and I'm very happy that he's back because he is very influential in our game. I haven't decided who will start and who will not start. But I'm very happy that he's back in the squad.
Also, despite Wenger's comment that everyone who played Saturday can play again Tuesday, at least one source says that Jack Wilshere is struggling to gain full fitness after a minor ankle injury suffered in the Swansea match, but LA LA LA I CAN'T HEAR YOU GOAL DOT COM.