Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says offensive midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be in the squad to face Norwich City on Sunday.
The Englishman joins Aaron Ramsey who made his long-awaited comeback in mid-week against Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League.
Striker Theo Walcott is still out but should be available at the start of December.
"We should have everyone available [from the Zagreb game], the players that played on Tuesday night plus maybe Oxlade-Chamberlain should be back in the squad," Wenger said.
"[Mikel] Arteta is short-term but [Francis] Coquelin as I told you is much longer. The scans are positive because he does not need any surgery but it will be 12 weeks.
"[Theo Walcott will] not [be available] for Sunday. He goes through a few tests and steps but the first one was successful. He started running again on Tuesday morning and had no reaction."