Walcott knows he could make the build-up very uncomfortable for Ramsey. But he has vowed not to open dialogue until the pair meet ahead of kick-off.
"I won't get into his head now. I'll just see him on Tuesday night," said Walcott.
"He is a very lively character, who is a great professional and very strong mentally.
"Now he is starting to get back, which is great for Arsenal and for Wales. I am sure Wales will get a lot more out of him as captain."