The 28-year-old swapped recently relegated Championship side Bournemouth for Newcastle in a £20m deal in the transfer window.
Wilson has started each of Newcastle’s five Premier League games so far, with three of them at home, but has not been able to play in front of a full house St. James’ Park.
Football fans are still prohibited from entering stadiums and Wilson is eagerly waiting for the day when the supporters are allowed back in, but has stressed the need for the process to be safe.
Having seen pictures of a packed St. James’ Park, the Newcastle star is looking forward to playing in front of the Magpies fans as a home player and feels the first goal in front of them is going to be unreal.
“I have seen pictures of a full St James’ around the stadium and the training ground“, Wilson told the Chronicle.
“Players lined up from a high angle looks unbelievable.
“I can’t wait for the day when I’m on the pitch with a crowd as a home player and not in the opposition.
“The day that first goal goes in in front of a crowd is going to be an unreal feeling.
“The quicker they can get in the better.
“That’s what you thrive off but it has to be safe for everybody.“
While several footballers have expressed their desire to play in front of their respective fans, there is still no time frame on when the supporters can return to stadiums.