Wenger would welcome Walcott England call
Arsene Wenger would be "content" for Theo Walcott to connection up with England, yet urged alert on dealing with his rebound from damage.
The 25-year-old came back to focused activity shockingly since supporting a cruciate knee ligament damage in January when he fell off the seat in Arsenal's 3-0 triumph over Burnley on Saturday.
England face an Euro 2016 qualifying installation at home to Slovenia on November 15 and a well disposed at Scotland after two days amid the approaching global break.
Armory chief Wenger demands he would have no misgivings with the winger playing for the national group ought to be rung, giving it doesn't put him at danger of a damage setback.
"It's great to have him back, assuredly he will go ahead and have no setbacks. We must be wary dependably," the Frenchman said.
"The fight is not won, nine or 10 months out, you have good and bad times. I will need to deal with that well.
"On the off chance that he needs to go [with England], I'm upbeat for him to go and practice and possibly get a couple of minutes. I'm content for it. Rationally it will help him.
"Is it accurate to say that he is totally prepared? I think it is a bit early however to be in the squad will be beneficial for him."