Arsenal manager Unai Emery is "100% confident" that Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac are mentally ready to play Burnley on Saturday.
The pair was banned from the season-opening victory of the Gunners against Newcastle for "further safety concerns" after being involved in a carjacking attempt by an armed gang in July.
Midfielder Ozil and left-back Kolasinac are back in training.
"It's good news for us because they can help us with games," said Emery.
"My focus is to be positive and to make sure that players are 100% in the head.
"I want to help them get back to normal training and thinking about football, and most of all, we want them to be able to focus on every practice and game.
"They came back for training on Tuesday, and I think each session gives us good information and good opportunities to help them decide whether to join us on Saturday or take part in the first XI, but we." will wait until tomorrow, our last training session. "
Asked whether he was pleased that 30-year-old Ozil and 25-year-old Kolasinac are now training again, Emery added, "I'm glad they're back, of course, for us, for me they're first one person and second, they are a player. "
Highgate's Erhat Ercan and Tottenham's Salaman Ekinci were arrested outside Ozil's house in northern London on 8 August and have since been charged with misdemeanors.
The two 27 are due to appear on 6th September in front of Highbury Corner Magistrates & # 39; Court.
The police claimed to treat the misdemeanor and the attempted car theft as separate incidents.