Wilshere revealed his excitement at the prospect of teaming up with the fleet-footed wideman in the coming weeks.
He said: "If we can get playing together for Arsenal then hopefully we can take it onto the international stage and it'll be great for both club and country.
"I think that Alex is already mature enough to step in at any level. You could see that at the Euros - he was just 18 but it was like he was meant to be there.
"That confidence is one of his main attributes, and I think that the boss at Arsenal has been really good for him."