Wolves full-back Nelson Semedo is available after serving a one-match ban in the EFL Cup but Diego Costa remains suspended.
New manager Julen Lopetegui spent his first day at the club on Friday but will not officially take charge until Monday.
Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu is continuing to be assessed after he limped off against Zurich last week. Emile Smith Rowe continues to undergo rehab following groin surgery.
head to head
Matheus Nunes is back in the squad after a shoulder injury, but Jonny is a doubt with a hamstring strain.
Davis said he spoke to Julen Lopetegui on Friday morning and will meet again later today.
On handing over to Lopetegui, Davis said: “We got the person we wanted to get in, which is great news. I look back on it as a really good experience, something I never dreamed would happen as a kid.”
On Jose Sa’s World Cup call-up, David said: “He is more than good enough to be called. We’re delighted as a club.”
The players who missed out on World Cup call-ups “ultimately have to get on with their careers and do better and get called up”. He added: “Hopefully it drives them to do better.”
He said Arsenal are “an outstanding team this season and nobody has really been able to stop them”, but added “we will give everything we’ve got and see where that takes us”.
- Arsenal could become the first team to win seven Premier League away games against Wolves. They’re currently level with Liverpool on six victories.
- The Gunners have scored in 29 successive competitive fixtures versus Wolves since a 1-0 top-flight defeat at Highbury in February 1979.
- Their only two wins in 21 Premier League matches were by 1-0 at Molineux this season against the other teams who start Saturday in the relegation zone: Southampton and Nottingham Forest.
- Wolves have lost four of their six league games under caretaker head coach Steve Davis, earning five points and scoring five goals.
- They are the division’s lowest scorers, with eight goals – none of which have come after the 56th minute.
- Wolves’ shot conversion rate of 4.8% is also the worst in the top flight.
- Victory for Arsenal will mean they are top of the Premier League table at Christmas for the first time since 2007. However, it’s 1947-48 since they last led the top-flight table at Christmas and went on to be champions.
- Arsenal have their best record after 13 league games of a season, with 11 wins and 34 points.
- They are the only side to have scored in every Premier League match this season, while they also have the joint best defensive record.
- The Gunners have kept a clean sheet in five of their seven Premier League away fixtures this season. They only managed six in the entire 2021-22 campaign.
- Gabriel Jesus has gone five league appearances without a goal but he has scored five times in four starts against Wolves.
Referee: Stuart Attwell. Assistants: Harry Lennard, Darren Cann. Fourth official: Tom Bramall. VAR: Mike Dean. Assistant VAR: Neil Davies.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm on Saturday 12th November at Molineux and can be watched live on Sky Sports.