Theo Walcott is still at least a few weeks away from returning to the Arsenal line-up according to Arsene Wenger on Thursday.
The calf injury that Theo Walcott picked up after coming on as an early substitute for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on Tuesday will keep him out through at least the mid-November international break.
After coming on in the 5th minute for an injured Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott went out of Arsenal's Capital One Cup match with Sheffield Wednesday in the 15th minute with an injury of his own.
Theo Walcott's first half header was denied by the outstretched left hand of Manuel Neuer keeping the match scoreless in the first half.
England continued to run rampant over Euro2016 qualifying Group E as Theo Walcott scored the only first half goal in the Three Lions' match against Estonia.
Arsene Wenger fielded a significant number of reserves as Arsenal fell to Dinamo Zagreb on the road 2-1 in the Champions League opener for each team.
The 2-0 scoreline didn't come close to being indicative of the gulf between the two sides as Arsenal won easily at home.
Theo Walcott ended speculation about his future after signing a four-year contract extension with Arsenal.
With his deal set to expire at the end of the season, Theo Walcott has reportedly agreed to a new deal at Arsenal.
Theo Walcott fired Arsenal to a 1-0 win over Wolfsburg and a first Emirates Cup title since 2010.
Another Arsenal transfer target is off the market as Pedro has signed a contract extension with Barcelona that will keep him at the club until 2019.
Paulo Dybala has spurned reported interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool to join up with Champions League finalists and Serie A champions Juventus.
Theo Walcott had another injury-riddled season that ended on a high note with a hat trick in the finale and the match winner in the FA Cup final.
Arsenal dominated Aston Villa 4-0 at Wembley Stadium on their way to their second consecutive FA Cup win.