Arsenal have been handed triple injury boosts as Declan Rice, William Saliba and Bukayo Saka were seen arriving with the squad for the game against Bournemouth on Saturday.
A Gunners fan took to social media platform X to upload videos of the trio walking with the rest of the team after alighting from the bus on Friday evening.
Rice and Saka did not finish the game against Tottenham Hotspur last Sunday due to injuries and were unavailable for selection alongside Saliba for the mid-week Carabao Cup game against Brentford.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was unsure whether he would have any of them available for the game against the Cherries while addressing the press today.
However, it appears they could all be involved in action at Vitality Stadium tomorrow having travelled to the South Coast.
The North London club were held to a 2-2 draw with Spurs largely due to the absence of Rice, and Arteta was left sweating on his fitness after the game.
It remains to be seen whether the England international will be involved in action as Arsenal want him fully fit for their Premier League game against Manchester City on October 8.
Saka and Saliba also missed some of the training sessions this week, and while they may not start tomorrow, they are expected to play a part and seeing them with the squad is a welcome development.
The trio were not seen in the pictures uploaded on the Arsenal website today showing the players in training, which left the fans worried.
However, it appears they are fit enough to make the matchday squad for the seventh league game of the campaign, and fans will be looking forward to the starting XI tomorrow as the Gunners look to secure their fifth league victory.