Mikel Arteta has welcomed David Luiz and Gabriel Martinelli back to full training as they close in on a first team return.
The Arsenal boss was dealt an injury blow in midweek with Thomas Partey again sidelined with a thigh issue.
But the Spaniard could soon have two more men available for selection.
Luiz was involved in a clash of heads with Wolves forward Raul Jimenez, but he is now back in training.
The Brazilian will continue to be assessed for concussion ahead of Arsenal’s game with Burnley on Sunday evening.
Martinelli meanwhile played 45 minutes on Tuesday night for the club’s U21s.
The striker sustained an injury in training back in June and has been absent since, but with Arsenal struggling for goals his return cannot come soon enough.
The Gunners lost last weekend’s north London derby and copped plenty of criticism following the defeat.
Despite their possession they struggled to create much against their rivals and remain in the bottom half of the table.
Arteta saw his side bounce back on Thursday night as they saw off Irish side Dundalk in their final Europa League group game.
And he has now challenged his players to translate their European form, where they have won six from six, to the domestic scene.
He said: “We need to do that at the end of the day we need to start winning football matches immediately.
“We cannot sustain the results we had in the last six to eight weeks and that has to be immediately and we know that has to start on Sunday.”
Arteta also revealed that some of his fringe players, who have been regulars in the Europa League, will now play a greater role.
He added: “Now we have to forget about the Europa League till February and focus on the Premier League strongly and the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup when it restarts in January.
“And now we need everybody on board. Obviously we have a large squad and we have a lot of players back from injury so we will have the opportunity to pick who is better in the moment to still rotate some players.
“But that gives us more options in the Premier League as well to focus there and to get the results that we need.”