Boss Wenger mulling over Vieira return

ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger admits he is still pondering over whether to go against his morals and bring back former captain Patrick Vieira.<br />Wenger has always been a staunch believer in never going back, but says he is sorely tempted by the prospect of making the French midfielder an exception to the rule.<br /><br />Vieira left for Juventus in 2005, but the 33-year-old is unhappy at new club Inter Milan and keen on a return to the Emirates Stadium.<br /><br />The Gunners have failed to win a single major trophy since Vieira&rsquo;s exit and Wenger, whose saw his side retain the Emirates Cup on home soil yesterday, admits he has a big decision to make. &ldquo;I have two games to think about and after the weekend we have Monday off and I will now think about the whole squad,&rdquo; the boss said after yesterday&rsquo;s 3-0 victory over Rangers.<br /><br />&ldquo;Two weeks ago, I did not know if we would have Eduardo or not, or Tomas Rosicky. They both look to be completely back, so that makes the squad quite big. Patrick is a great player and I have not considered it yet to bring him back. It is a possibility that I have to think about. It is not sure he will decide to join us if I decide to try and make him come. There is a lot to think about.&rdquo;<br /><br />But while Wenger is contemplating the old, he&rsquo;s also pretty impressed with the new after 17-year-old Jack Wilshere stole the show with a man-of-the-match display and two goals yesterday &ndash; sandwiching an Eduardo effort &ndash; to push a claim for a first-team call-up. <br /><br />Wilshere is already being tipped for a future England call-up, but Wenger is calling for patience: &ldquo;The only problem in England, knowing the impatience of English people, is that it will be difficult to keep the right pace in his progress,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Let&rsquo;s not make stars in just two games. You have to respect the development of the players.&rdquo;