Everton striker, Theo Walcott is not scared to make his plan against Arsenal public when both teams meet in their Premier League clash on Sunday.
Walcott is not bothered about the relationship he has had with the fans at the Old Trafford and he already thinks of hurting the Arsenal supporters by scoring a goal on Sunday.
Walcott left Arsenal after claiming he was not given enough playing time at the Emirates Stadium.
He had to say goodbye in January for a fee of £20million after 12 years spell at the club to revive his supposed sleeping career.
However, Walcott promised to celebrate if he scores against Arsenal.
The striker is perceived to be angry by his alleged unfair treatment at the club.
He said he was frustrated in his last one year and wasn’t enjoying football.
The former Southampton player expressed excitement joining the toffees and has seen the back of the net on two occasions this season.
Walcott was tipped to replace the former striker, Thierry Henry at the Emirates but he failed to live up to expectation.
His early life at Arsenal saw him display a style that was similar to that of the Frenchman but injury and loss of form made him fade out.