This was Wilshere's first start for Arsenal since May 15, 2016.
The midfielder spent last season out on loan at Bournemouth but was the subject of little interest in the summer, so is now fighting for a place at the Gunners.
"I was concerned, they looked dangerous", the Arsenal boss added.
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Arsenal had tried to boost sales by offering tickets priced cheaply at £10 for adults and £5 for children, but the prospect of turning out to see League One opposition wasn't too appealing. I don't think it's big. I'll go game by game.
"I don't know, I go game by game and we play next week three games, Monday, Thursday, Sunday before the global break, so I will have to make decisions to balance the team and to see who I play and when", the French coach added about Wilshere's next outing and possibility of playing in the Premier League. "That's why I believe that these kind of games are very important for Jack at the moment". Debuchy is coming back slowly.
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Rovers are struggling at the wrong end of League One having won just one of their opening eight games.
Darren then reciprocated the admiration by stating that the match had undeniably encouraged his players, whilst serving as a testament that "We've got some good players and are a good team".
"In a cup match you need a bit of luck but it was a fantastic learning curve in terms of concentration for my players." he said. They could have scored a goal as well, and I must say I was surprised by their quality and their level.
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Walcott also needs some game time to sharpen up, and remember what offside means, while we also have the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Lacazette, Ozil and Iwobi to cover the forward positions.