Xhaka has missed the last five matches in all competitions having steadfastly refused to issue a full apology, while Emery claimed the 27-year-old had ruled himself out of the recent match against Leicester prior to the global break.
"That is good for us", said Hasenhuttl, whose side were thrashed 9-0 at home by Leicester during their slump.
"He's coming back better", the Spaniard said in his Friday press conference.
"It was good for players, I think, that we worked very hard and tried to show them how it can work".
"My objective is going to be [to use] his comeback to help us, and to convince every supporter of his commitment with us and [that] his performances will be better, and they will be proud of him in the long or short future with us".
"We must look forward to the next game and we know we only have a chance at he added".
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With eight points from 12 games, Southampton's sluggish start has parallels to the one which saw Mark Hughes sacked and Hasenhuttl brought in during December 2018.
Emery gave no guarantee that Xhaka would feature against the Saints.
Emery has previously indicated he is unsure on the future of Xhaka at Arsenal, stating: "as a coach I have a responsibility for the team".
"He's feeling better and also he's feeling his team is Arsenal now and he wants to regain the confidence of our supporters", Emery told reporters. "He wants to come back with the confidence of the supporters", Emery told a news conference today.
Xhaka has been forced to miss out on the squad for the last five games with Emery suggesting he has not been in the right frame of mind to play.
'They determined to alternate and I don't know the cause but now we personal our technique and so that they personal their technique.