Arsene Wenger says midfielder Jack Wilshere has no chance of being involved in England's upcoming qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland.
Jack Wilshere will miss the start of the new season after suffering a hairline fracture in his ankle.
The Arsenal midfielder is set to be out for between six and eight weeks with the injury.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been fined £40,000 and been severely warned over his behaviour after admitting misconduct.
Wilshere was charged after leading an anti-Spurs song during Arsenal's FA Cup celebrations last month.
England manager Roy Hodgson is hoping Jack Wilshere can put his fitness issues behind him in order to be a key component in the national team.
The Arsenal midfielder showed his talents once again by scoring two in the victory over Slovenia on Sunday, which was a stunning way to end another season marred by injury.
I'm very happy with Jack and the goals he's scored.
In particular, I am happy with his performance. In the second half he was controlling that midfield, it was a performance we've seen from him for a while now.
If we can keep him fit and he can get plenty of Premier League matches and international matches, at his young age we think we've got a good player going forward.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been charged with misconduct following his foul-mouth tirade during his side's FA Cup celebrations.
Wilshere swore about rivals Spurs during a sing-a-long with fans in the middle of the club's open-top bus parade on Sunday.
The FA said in a statement: "It is alleged his conduct in making and/or inciting certain comments during the club’s open bus trophy tour was improper and/or brought the game into disrepute."
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Jack Wilshere claims Arsenal finishing second in the Barclays Premier League would be evidence of a "massive progression" and will serve notice to their rivals that they will mount a serious title challenge next season.
Wilshere made his return to first-team action as a substitute in Monday's 3-1 win at Hull after five months out following an ankle operation, and said the Gunners were determined to secure the runners-up spot behind Chelsea.
The England midfielder told Arsenal's official website: "It [finishing second] would set a marker for next season and would be a progression from last year.
"The last few seasons we've finished fourth so to finish two places ahead of that would be a massive progression for us and hopefully will give us confidence going into next season."
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will be fit to face Liverpool on Saturday, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
The England midfielder played 45 minutes of a friendly against Brentford on Wednesday, his first action this suffering an injury against Manchester United. Although Wilshere is available, Wenger hasn't decided if he will use him, the Frenchman said: "I don't know whether he will be involved yet."