Croatian international Eduardo has had to battle back from a horrendous injury
Arsene Wenger believes the return of Eduardo and several other big-name stars can prove "decisive" for Arsenal.
The in-form Gunners are through to the FA Cup quarter-finals and still in the running for Champions League glory.
"We are going into the final sprint. It is important to keep all our targets alive," said Arsenal manager Wenger.
"We know every game demands a big performance because we cannot slip up. Slowly, we have all of our players coming back and that can be decisive."
Arsenal have endured an indifferent season, finding themselves out of the top four in the Premier League as Manchester United took a firm grip on the title race.
The London club were well adrift of Champions League qualification places at one stage.
But the gap to fourth-placed Aston Villa is down to only three points and the future is starting to look a lot rosier for the Gunners, who are now unbeaten in 17 games.
After defeating Burnley 3-0 on Sunday to book a last-eight meeting with Hull in the FA Cup, Arsenal face Roma in the Champions League on Wednesday, holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg at the Emirates.
The especially pleasing thing for Wenger is that he will soon have the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Tomas Rosicky back from injury to boost his side's chances of finishng the season with a trophy.
England winger Theo Walcott made his return in the win over Burnley following four months out with a shoulder problem.
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