Walcott - who earns £110,000 per week as salary, according to Spotrac.com - is looking forward to the match against Wolves.
Everton and Wolves fans have responded to the message from the 29-year-old England international forward, who joined the Toffees from Arsenal in the January transfer window for a fee reported by Sky Sports to be worth £20 million.
I’ve got good memories of playing Wolves, I played my first league game against them. Let’s make it a good one tomorrow pic.twitter.com/APYu15wixD— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) August 10, 2018
I remember. The Saints fans were buzzing about you before the game. They weren't wrong.— Canis Lupus /\_/\ (@LupisCanis) August 10, 2018
Different Pack of Wolves now Theo, much better side. FWAW— Nick Hill (@rimmer1968) August 10, 2018
Ooooo Theo, you may not have met big Willy ...... good luck #wwfc— James Woolley (@woolleybear86) August 10, 2018
Yeah, terrible game, Walcott was a handful when he came on— Marc Nock (@nocky1982) August 10, 2018
Yes Walcott this is your season.— Lloyd Roberts (@scousehouse06) August 10, 2018
Let’s do this. The fans are well ready after all the excitement from yesterday let’s hope the players are just as ready coyb— Robbie Leatherbarrow (@rwl140172) August 10, 2018
Come on Theo lad bag an hat-trick— Joel Beckett (@JoelBeckett93) August 10, 2018
go on Theo lad! Up the Toffees!— Kevin Cain (@KevinCain90) August 10, 2018
Both Everton and Wolves have been quite busy in the summer transfer window, and with managers Marco Silva and Nuno playing good football, the match on Saturday promises to be hugely exciting and entertaining.
Playing at home will give Wolves an advantage, and one should not be surprised if the Wanderers do manage to pick up all three points against Everton and kick off their Premier League campaign with a bang.