ARSENAL have been handed a title boost with star striker Gabriel Jesus back training on grass and “pushing the boundaries” ahead of a highly anticipated return to action.
Jesus, 25, has been sidelined since the World Cup after hurting his knee while playing for Brazil.
Eddie Nketiah has come in to replace him as Mikel Arteta’s men continue to top the Premier League.
The Gunners are top points clear of title rivals Manchester City and hold a game in hand.
Arteta said on Jesus: “He’s doing more and more on the field. The knee is not reacting, really positive. He’s pushing the boundaries right now.”
The Spaniard added: “We want him back as quick as possible, but also respecting the timescale that the doctors and the specialists are giving us.”
And a picture of Jesus working with the ball on grass has fans excited with a massive final push to win the league coming.
One fan said on Twitter: “Bad news for the premier league teams. 14 games winning streak starting tomorrow. It’s scary.”
Another tweeted: “Best Brazilian striker of all time is back.”
A third raved: “Better
Jesus netted five and assisted seven across all competitions before his injury.
Arsenal have 14 massive Prem games left, with crunch clashes against Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea and Newcastle still to come.