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The Wales captain is ready to show his best form for the Gunners after injury woes and insists Jack Wilshere can return to his best after his own set-backs

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has insisted the best is yet to come from him after a stop-start career at the Emirates Stadium.

The 21-year-old suffered a horrific leg-break against Stoke City in February 2010 which threatened his career, but has since bounced back after a 10-month absence.

Ramsey was named Wales captain last season and represented Team GB at the London Olympics as he looked to make up for lost time.

And the former Cardiff City midfielder is looking to push on again this season and put his injury problems behind him once and for all.

"The best is yet to come from me," Ramsey told the Daily Star.

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"I'm delighted with how it has gone - apart from my injury.

"I missed about ten months, which stalled my progress, but I still think there is a lot more to come from me.

"I'm working hard and wanting to learn more every day to become the best player I can possibly be.''

And with fellow Gunner Jack Wilshere currently experiencing his own injury nightmare, Ramsey was quick to empathise with his team-mate.

Wilshere suffered an ankle injury in pre-season last summer and is still some way off fitness as Arsenal look to ease him gently back into first-team action.

But Ramsey insists that as long as his midfield partner remains mentally strong, he’ll be back playing for Arsenal in no time.

"I know what it's like at that stage,” the Welshman continued.

"I understand what he's going through but he has to be mentally strong - which he has been - and he will be back before he knows it, playing again and showing what he can do.''

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