Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny will be making a comeback to the Gunners squad after missing the Premier League clash against Bournemouth.
The midfielder who welcomed the his new born hours before Arsenal clashed with the Cherries at Vitality Stadium, could feature in the squad that will clash with Premier League leader Leicester City.
Arsenal Wenger was impressed with the Egyptian performance during the FA Cup fixture aginst Burnley.
“I felt he started a bit cautious, played a bit secure. He became more adventurous, he had some good shots on goal,” Wenger told Arsenal’s official website.
“His mobility, his work rate was exceptional and for the rest, he needs to adjust to the power of the game in the Premier League. This was a good welcome today and certainly he has learnt a lot today.
“It will take him some time to adjust to the power side of our game here, but the intelligence, the mobility and the technical level are good,” he added.
The Egypt international was brought in as cover for the injured Francis Coquelin, but with the Frenchman’s return he is likely to be used off the bench. However, with Arsenal taking part in three competitions, and Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere and Tomas Rosicky injured, he could get his fair share of games before the end of the season.