By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The club lost star striker Van Persie over the summer and have continually sold a number of key players over the past few seasons. Wilshere, who only recently returned from a 17-month injury lay-off, has also witnessed the likes of Nasri, Alex Song and Cesc Fabregas leave the club.
But after making his long-awaited return to first-team football in the Premier League against QPR last month, the 20-year-old felt that not much has changed with regards to the Gunners' playing style.
He believes the new signings - Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla and Lukas Podolski - as well as those from last season have fit in perfectly into the Arsenal set-up and feels they are noteworthy footballers that can help the side get back to winning ways.
"It is strange because last time I played was with Fabregas, Nasri, Alex Song [and] Robin van Persie," Wilshere told Arsenal.com.
"Now there's the likes of Podolski, Giroud, Cazorla [and] Arteta.
"I think the boss has done excellently. He's bought well. These players are proper footballers - they understand the game and they've been around.
"You look at someone like Lukas Podolski, he's got over 100 caps for his country."
Wilshere was praised for his seamless transition to first-team football after an extended break on the sidelines. But the youngster feels that he'll likely get back to his best soon enough after rapidly developing an understanding with the new arrivals.
"They're top players and it's easy to come into a team where they understand football so well.
"To play with someone like Santi Cazorla is so easy.
"He understands football, even little things like the pace of the pass he gives you, and his movement is outstanding."