Inglis, who The Daily Telegraph has been told is with family and friends on the NSW north coast, retired from the NRL in April previous year after losing his hunger for the game.
Unlike most, Walters is not in the least surprised that the former world player of the year and three-times grand final victor wants back in.
Warrington announced on Tuesdaythey had signed Inglis for next season, one of the biggest deals in Super League history, and Fitzpatrick insisted the 33-year-old 2013 World Cup victor, who made 39 appearances for his country in numerous positions in the backs, has not come out of retirement for a payday.
'He hasn't left the arena how he would like to leave it and what a great signing for Warrington, ' Walters said.
Inglis will ensure added exposure for the game in the northern hemisphere when he joins Toronto Wolfpack star Sonny Bill Williams and Israel Folau in the Super League next season.
"We wanted to give everyone something to look forward to and to say thank you for their extraordinary loyalty".
Brian Carney believes the signing of Greg Inglis by Warrington Wolves will bring a buzz to the whole of Super League.
"We've pulled some great players out of retirement and back into the jersey and with huge success, so Greg would certainly fall into that category".
Andrew Johns created a stir in Super League when he joined Warrington 15 years ago
"Greg is a world-class athlete and has received the highest honours within our game", Price said in a club statement.
'In all the great moments that Greg's had throughout his career, it's just fantastic, and I'm looking forward to seeing him back not only for Warrington but for the mighty Maroons'.
Inglis has been employed by the Rabbitohs as a development coach since his retirement from the NRL previous year after long-running battles with knee and shoulder injuries. Although he had 18 months remaining on his contract with the Rabbitohs, Inglis was paid out in full by the club despite not being medically retired.
"There has been a lot of speculation but as of today it's official".
'I just felt like I was failing myself but now I've got that drive and that mentality back in my head that I can deliver, ' he said.
"It's not due to mental health or injuries, I just think it's the right time for me".
"That's me calling time on my career". I get to work with the club and stay around Redfern and work with the boys and the community.