By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Gunners, currently in the midst of a fierce battle with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur to finish in the top four this season, could go four points clear of both teams if they manage to beat Everton.
However, the Toffees could move into the top four with a win over Arsenal, providing David Moyes' men with added motivation to go all out for three points against the Gunners.
While Wilshere concedes Everton have immense quality within their ranks, the England international insists his side are more than capable of emerging victorious from Tuesday's encounter and urged his side to 'do whatever it takes' for the win.
"Everton are a very good team," Wilshere was quoted as saying by the official Arsenal website.
"It's an especially hard game when you go to Goodison Park, but even when they come here you know what you're in for.
"They've got good players, can hit you on the counter-attack, have a strong midfield and are hard to break down. They are four points behind us, so it's massive that we come into it after winning on Saturday.
"When we were 1-0 down you were thinking "We'll take a point here, just get something out of it", so to get three points was huge.
"It put us up to third and kept us clear of Everton, who won as well and are on a good run.
"We need to win, we know that, and we'll do whatever it takes to achieve it."
Wilshere also highlighted how important it was for Arsenal to win the midfield battle against Everton, a team which he admits possesses a group of immensely talented midfielders.
"I've liked Leon Osman for years, I think he's a great player," Wilshere added.
"He's in the mould of Iniesta in that he can drift past players, has a great touch and is very underrated.
"For me, he's a top class player and they'll be dangerous tomorrow [Tuesday] in there, especially with Fellaini as well and Gibson, who's got a great strike on him.
"The midfield battle is going to be key, and if we can come out of that on top then we feel we can win the game.
"Leighton Baines is a great footballer, a natural. He's not the quickest but, again, he drifts past players and links up well with Pienaar down that wing.
"It's something we have to be wary of. But we've watched them before and just have to stop them doing what they're good at.
"But look, we're at home and have to take the game to them. If we play our game, pass and move, we know we can beat anyone."
Arsenal beat Everton 1-0 in the corresponding fixture last season, with Robin Van Persie scoring the winning goal for the Gunners that day.