THEO WALCOTT is out to show Arsenal what they are missing when he faces the Gunners for the first time this weekend.
Walcott has been in scintillating form since he joined Everton in a cut-price £20million move on January 17th.
He starred in the Toffee's draw with West Brom and scored twice as they beat Leicester in midweek.
When quizzed about repeating his goal-scoring heroics against the Gunners, Walcott, 28, said: "That would be fantastic.
"It was one of the fixtures I looked at when I signed and it will be an emotional game for me, but it is all about winning.
"We have made a good start but everyone now needs to recover because we have a game around the corner.
"I can't remember the last time I played two games in the space of a few days, but it will be a fun weekend for me."
Meanwhile Walcott's opposite number, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, will be out of put the Toffees to the sword on his Arsenal debut.
The lightning quick winger trained with the Gunners for the first time on Thursday as Arsene Wenger cast a watchful eye.
He was put through his paces with shooting and dribbling drills in order to get up to speed.
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