The Gunners youngster endured 17 months out of the game from 2011 to 2012 before having to undergo surgery again in May.
However, the 21-year-old now feels that he is ready to play a significant part for Arsene Wenger's side next season and is also looking ahead to next summer's World Cup.
"It's such a big year for me - and it's a long season as well. In a long season, you will probably have to manage it, be a bit careful, especially with the World Cup at the end of it," Wilshere is quoted as saying in The Mirror.
"But I feel physically good. I'm a bit behind at the moment - I wasn't able to do much for about six weeks, but then I had a programme to follow and I feel good.
"I'm a player who wants to play every single game, so it's hard for me to watch games. It was tough last season, especially at the end when I picked up the other injury and I came back and wasn't really playing like myself - like I can do. I haven't had a pre-season for two years and it's like you're always playing catch up."
Arsenal will play Vietnam in a pre-season friendly today.