The World Cup 2014 winners recorded wins over both Poland and Scotland over the past week of international football.
Germany sit at the top of Group D with 19 points in eight games but are yet to secure their place at next summers competition.
Özil posted a picture of himself celebrating with Thomas Muller along with the caption, “matches, 6 points Quite a successful international break.”
Germany play Ireland and Georgia in their final two games of the group stages in October.
The 26-year-old missed Arsenal’s clash with Newcastle due to a knee injury last week but is expected to play his second game in four days later today.
Özil return from injury will be a boost to Arsenal fans. The Gunners were the only club from the top five European leagues not to sign an outfield player during the summer transfer window.