Arsene Wenger believes that the injury suffered by Tomas Rosicky on his road to complete recovery is "not major", and that such things are common when a player has spent 18 months licking his wounds.
However, the Frenchman has said that it still is worried that his midfielder is going to spend the next six weeks on the sidelines, after already missing the last year-and-a-half.
"It is worrying," Wenger admitted to a press conference at the Great Ormond Street Hospital.
"He was so sharp that it is difficult to accept that he has had a muscle injury.
"But it is not a major problem. You get that type of injury after you have been out for 18 months."
'The Little Mozart' featured in three pre-season games before succumbing to yet another physical problem. He has made only 44 appearances in his three years at the north London club.
Adithya Ananth, Goal.com