The German playmaker was back in training on Tuesday and is expected to be in the squad for Sunday's game.
Ozil will be hoping to establish himself as one of the main fixtures in the Arsenal team this season under Emery as the Gunners look to try and challenge for a top-four finish.
"Everyone will play in the position we need, so it is about where he will be better for us", Emery told reporters. "It's for that, he's OK". But all the respect for me for this idea. "The news is not true", he said. The 27-year-old is now locked in a battle with fellow frontman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a place in the Gunners' starting XI, with head coach Unai Emery hinting that he's unlikely to pair the duo together anytime soon.
"We need more control, more with the ball, more with our positioning on the pitch, more control when we close the ball [down]", he said.
As for Chelsea, in their first foray into the second-tier competition since winning it in 2013, they face PAOK, BATE Borisov, and MOL Vidi.
But the Bluebirds have gathered points from goalless draws in their last two games, and Warnock insists the onus is on him rather than his players to find a way to goal.
There is plenty of work left to do but the signs are positive that Emery is starting to implement his ideas and the Arsenal boss will be keen to head in to the global break with another three points under his belt on Sunday.
"I just think it is going to take time".
The fullbacks Monreal and Bellerin both had a part to play in a goal apiece with Nacho scoring the equaliser in the first half while Bellerin assisted Danny Welbeck's late goal in injury-time.
"His quality is for playing between the lines". Then after this game I analysed it with the players.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has banned non-freshly squeezed fruit juices from the club's training ground. However, he said fresh-pressed juices are still allowed.
"It's amusing, because I spoke to the Rosenborg captain [Mike Jensen] on the pitch in Trondheim after we played them and he said "Congratulations, maybe see you next year again", said Celtic manager Rodgers.