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The Gunners midfielder is poised to return from injury soon, while fellow Spaniards Jose Enrique and Suso look forward to Liverpool’s game at the Emirates on Wednesday

Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has been out of action through injury but has revealed he is close to making his comeback to boost the club's hopes of a top-four finish.

The Gunners host Liverpool on Wednesday in the Premier League, and two of Brendan Rodgers players also feature as they look ahead to a mouthwatering clash at the Emirates.

Elsewhere a host of former Manchester United stars are on their phones, while Reading's Jem Karacan reveals an unusual method for a footballer to get to grips with the transfer window in Goal.com's latest offering of the Word on the Tweet.

"Only out 2 weeks and it seems like 2 months for me!! Desperate to be back on the pitch!! Nearly there…"

Mikel Arteta can't wait to return from injury for Arsenal after missing recent matches through injury.

"Travelling with the team to London. We have to win tomorrow!! Have a nice day"

Liverpool defender Jose Enrique is hoping his side can bounce back from losing 3-2 to Oldham in the FA Cup when they face Arsenal on Wednesday.

"Not in the squad for the game tomorrow so staying in liverpool. Ill watch the game tomorrow so all the best boys..YNWA"

Enrique's Reds team-mate and fellow Spaniard Suso missed out on the match day squad and will be watching the match on telly.

"Training done-had my soup and ham salad sandwich now home for a sleep and rest up for the game vs wba tomorrow night!!!"

Phil Neville is preparing himself for Everton's match with fellow top-half side West Brom on Wednesday with some fairly boring food - where's the Nando's that these footballers are always talking about?

"Anyone else watching embarrassing fat bodies, and thinking, "yea I love to eat chips and pizza too but I KNOW I shouldn't, so I won't"

West Brom's Ben Foster is getting hungry watching telly. That's a little more like it!

"These full midweek fixture lists are cheeky ones slipped in under the radar.City have a little toughie tonight/ United have one at Ful Sat."

Ex-Manchester United defender Gary Neville reckons a couple of tricky matches await the top-two over the coming days.

"Think I need a long stint on footy manager... Zero Knowledge of half these players linked in transfer window.. Very annoying!"

Reading midfielder Jem Karacan reveals what he'll be doing to research any of his potential new team-mates.

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