The Gunners pair copped heavy knocks in Tuesday nightâ€™s 2-0 Champions League playoff qualifying win over Fenerbahce at the Emirates Stadium and Wenger says they will be monitored in the lead-up to Sundayâ€™s encounter with Spurs.
"I don't know how bad Ramsey is. I don't know how Wilshere responds. We have to check that (Wednesday) morning," Wenger said.
"The two tackles on Wilshere were disappointing, but he looks all right. Jack should be all right for Sunday. I'm hopeful on Aaron as well.
"I took him off with three or four minutes to go, but I don't know how bad it is. He wanted to stay on."
Ramsey, who scored both goals for Arsenal, sustained a slight groin problem whilst fellow midfielder Wilshere suffered a knock to his ankle in a strong challenge.