"He played in the whole competition". According to Goal, the Welshman rejoined his teammates in first team training on Wednesday morning.
"He should be OK for Sunday", Wenger said.
He added: "What is absolutely vital is we go into the game with a good focus to win it". Since Monday, he was in bed.
"I was impressed with him and overall I believe that collectively they are a team that play good football".
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"He will have to work hard and he will not be involved tomorrow".
"Wenger said he should be fit for Sunday's clash with City, though".
However, given the fact that Arsenal are likely to field as weak a side as they can dare, Potter will still have thoughts of an upset on his mind.
Arsenal face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final live on Sky Sports this Sunday - but their woeful record against big-six rivals is a reason for concern. In his first 10 full seasons at Arsenal, Wenger collected 161 points against teams that finished in the top six in each respective season.
"He [Jose Mourinho] did that much later in the season, when they were in the semi-final, so we are not as far as that, we have to focus on the Premier League", the 68-year-old said.
"The only thing you have is the regret of not giving it everything".
"We will be proud of what we have done, no matter what the result is we will leave with our heads held high".
Graham Potter's side made errors they wouldn't normally make - keeper Aly Keita spilled a routine shot for Nacho Monreal's opener, the second goal was a disgusting own-goal, and by the time Mesut Ozil had added a third, the tie had raced away from OFK.
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