The England winger, who is out of contract in 2013, is set to enter talks over a new deal before the start of the season but has yet to commit his long-term future to the clubArsenal winger Theo Walcott should sign a new contract at the Emirates Stadium, according to Goal.com readers.
The England international is currently set to become a free agent next summer but, as we have exclusively revealed, is ready to enter discussions over a new deal upon his return to pre-season training.
Walcott held talks with the club last December but an agreement has not yet been reached to extend his stay with the club he joined as a teenager in January 2006.
Samir Nasri's contract was similarly running down when he was sold to Manchester City a year ago, while the Gunners could risk losing Robin van Persie for no fee if they decide to retain his services for the campaign ahead.
The majority of readers, however, believe that Walcott should stay loyal to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, with 46.51% of voters stating that the 23-year-old should repay his coach's faith by agreeing new terms.
A further 34.98%, meanwhile, have been unimpressed with Walcott's form despite his 11 goals during 2011-12 and think that the former Southampton man should consider himself lucky to be on the receiving end of a contract offer.
That leaves just 18.51% advising Walcott to seek pastures new and take up a fresh challenge by leaving Arsenal, whether this summer or next when his current deal runs down.
Arsenal fan Will was one sceptic, stating: "I wouldn't miss Walcott at all. We have two players in [Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain] and Ryo [Miyaichi] who could fill his boots plus Gervinho and possibly a new replacement signing. Not like he is Van Persie."
Teddy, however, disagreed: "Would really like to see Walcott in an Arsenal shirt next season. He's good and well suited for the Gunners. Having Ox [Oxlade-Chamberlain] there is only a good thing for his development. If he leaves it would be a real bummer, but let's not forget Ryo!"