With three wins in six days, it's clear that Arsenal are recovering from those dark days in August when losses at Stoke and Liverpool dredged up dissent in the wisdom of Arsene Wenger extending his reign.
Wilshere could feature for Arsenal when they take on Brighton today (12pm).
Since then, the Gunners have won three and held champions Chelsea, one of their London rivals, to a goalless draw.
Monreal turned home the 17th-minute opener following a scramble in the Albion box, before Nigeria midfielder Iwobi sealed success by superbly finishing following a flowing Arsenal move early in the second period. But once it settles in and we go through the game again, I think there are more positives to come from the game than negatives. we're a new team coming into this division and learning.
Arsenal will be without Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin, Calum Chambers, and Danny Welbeck with varying injuries.
To follow Monday's 2-0 defeat of West Brom and Thursday's 4-2 Europa League win at BATE Borisov, Arsenal made a professional (and pretty much anxiety-free) job of beating Brighton.
"I would say that we kept a clean sheet, we got the points and offensively we were certainly not ruthless enough". This is a game they were expected to win, and they head into the worldwide break on a positive note, with a clean sheet and three points. It was a hard week because the game at BATE was a hard game. "We responded in a united way and we put some wins together and some good performances as well".
Two of the substitutes - Anthony Knockaert and Glenn Murray - combined with the latter powering a header into the side-netting after getting the better ofShkodran Mustafi.