The 25-year-old has starred in the Europa League so far this season and made his first league start for the Gunners in 577 days as Arsene Wenger’s men laboured to a 0-0 stalemate at the London Stadium.
Wilshere was arguably Arsenal’s best player as the hosts almost took all three points with Javier Hernandez hitting the bar in the last minute.
England international Wilshere, who spent last season on loan at Bournemouth, has seemingly overcome a torrid run of injuries. He is due to be out of contract at the end of the campaign, with manager Wenger insisting on several occasions that talks over a new deal would take place this month.
But Wilshere has still yet to hear anything from his manager and in the short term he hopes to retain his place for Saturday’s visit of struggling Newcastle.
“There’s no update, we’re in the same position we were in two weeks ago,” he said when asked about contract talks.
“There’s not really a date in the diary. I’ve only read what he (Wenger) has said in the media. At the moment, I’ve just played my first game in the Premier League.
“I’m concentrating on staying fit and staying in its team. That will look after itself and when it’s the right time, I’m sure the boss will pull me so we can have a chat.
“There’s another game on Saturday, we’ll see what the boss does then. At the moment that’s all I’m focused on.
“I’m happy. I said before that I was happy, I was just waiting for my opportunity. It came and I think I took it well.
“It’s different playing in the Premier League compared to the Europa League. You don’t get that much time on the ball. When you receive it you always have to check your shoulder because there’s not much space in behind the midfield against teams like West Ham.”