Arsenal boss Unai Emery has issued positive updates regarding Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney.
The trio have all recovered from injury in recent weeks and are being eased back in to the senior side.
None of the Arsenal stars were risked during Sunday’s 1-0 win over Bournemouth.
But Emery insists all three should be back in action on a more regular basis after the incoming international break.
“It’s one process with them. Kieran and Rob are closer to playing,” he told reporters.
“I think Rob Holding can play 90 minutes with a good performance.
“Now we are also working with David Luiz and Sokratis, but really, I am very happy.
“He is going to have a chance to play a lot of matches.
“Kieran Tierney is closer to us, he played on Thursday and today he was on the bench if we needed him.
“Hector Bellerin needs a little more time, more matches and more training.
“This international break is going to be important for him.
“I think he will be closer to starting for us in the next matches in the Premier League.”
Arsenal’s win sees them move up to third, just one point behind champions Manchester City.
And while he has been criticised for his performances at the back, David Luiz was singled out by Emery after Sunday’s narrow victory.
“He [Luiz] is very positive. He is every time speaking about positive things. He is helping the young players,” the Spaniard said of the goalscorer.
“He came late in the squad but his commitment is very high, his behaviour.”