Jimenez, 29, was rendered unconscious early on at The Emirates after colliding heavily with Gunners defender David Luiz whilst jumping for the ball.
The Mexico international received oxygen on the pitch before being rushed to hospital, where it was confirmed his skull was fractured.
Wolves issued a positive update on Monday, insisting Jimenez was “comfortable” in hospital after undergoing surgery on the horror injury.
And after speaking with his star striker via video call, Mexico head coach “Tata” Martino is backing him to make a speedy recovery and begin planning his return to the pitch.
“I had contact through a video call and it was normal without any type of problems,” Martino told TUDN.
“I understand the hermeticism of the club not wanting to give out information that isn't correct, but we have been in contact with them permanently and we are checking on the evolution and we are very positive about the future.”
The former Barcelona manager added: “I don't think it will [harm his career].
“Firstly, Raul is a very strong person and football player, with a good head and a very positive mentality.
“He is very intelligent, I don't think it will [have long-term implication], at least for us from being in contact permanently with the club doctors, Raul and his wife.
“We know first-hand how his evolution has gone and as I said before, in a few days he'll put it behind him and he'll look to recover and think about returning to the pitch.”
Wolves doctor Matt Perry has given an update on Jimenez’s condition on Wednesday night too.
He said: "Following Raul’s injury and subsequent surgery, he has been recovering well in hospital.
“We are delighted with reports from his specialist; he has made excellent progress. He should be ready to leave hospital by early next week.
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"Once home, he will be reunited with his partner and young daughter who, because of Covid restrictions, he hasn’t seen since Sunday night.
“As his doctor I am not going to disclose any more details of his injury, his surgery or provide daily accounts of his recovery.”
Jimenez, who has earned 86 caps for Mexico, is one of Nuno Espirito Santo’s key men at Wolves having scored 48 goals in 110 appearances since joining from Benfica in 2018.