UNAI Emery is certain Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac are mentally in the right frame of mind to rejoin the Arsenal squad for tomorrow's match against Burnley.

The pair were left out of Arsenal's opening match in the 1-0 win at Newcastle due to 'further security incidents' following the attempted carjacking last month.

The Gunners boss will assess them both before deciding whether they can start against the Clarets tomorrow.

"Yes, I'm 100 per cent confident. One hundred per cent with them. Their mentality, their focus is with us, for training and matches," said Emery.

"I want to help them to live with normality with us, training, thinking and focusing on each training and each match.

"They came back training with us the first day on Tuesday. They had the day off but came to start training with us.

"Ozil was a little sick. He didn't train yesterday but today he is getting better.

"But each training session gives us good information and different options with them, also for us to decide whether to take the option that they can play on Saturday the first 11.

"For us first it is like a person, after like a player but we will wait for tomorrow the last training.

"If they are training consistently each day with normal work, each training I am going to decide and achieve the best solution in each moment. It is positive they are with us now.

"When they are training consistently every day it is good news for us because we can chose them to help us and the first match is Saturday."