The Brazilian striker impressed over pre-season, only to require knee surgery to solve a persistent problem before the 2-1 victory against Nottingham Forest.
There were initial fears he would be out for a prolonged period, with his surprise return to training to earlier this week a real boost for the Gunners.
Arteta said: ‘I was really happy (to see him back training). It was a big blow for him after the pre-season he had to have another surgery. He’s looking really sharp. He trained the full week good. He’s ready to go.’
When asked whether Jesus could start, he said: ‘He’s ready to go. We’ll see.’
Gabriel Jesus is back fit for Arsenal and in contention to start against Fulham on Saturday
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta (right) revealed Jesus (left) has fully recovered from injury.
Away from the pitch, Arteta was jovial about the new touchline rules introduced this season to police the behavior of managers and coaches.
Gary Neville claimed the rules were introduced because of Arteta.
‘You’re gonna see tomorrow how well I behave.
‘It’s very difficult (to follows the rules because passionate). But I will try my best, that’s what I can promise.’