Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner has condemned his old club Arsenal for not allowing him to exit the North London club last season.
The 26-year old, who now plays for VfL Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga, revealed that he was desperate to leave after making just 9 appearances in the Premier League for Arsene Wenger’s side.
The controversial forward even admitted he was amazed that Arsenal had not signed another striker to replace his lackluster performance.
“A club like Arsenal could easily have found someone else to play my role. They would have had no trouble finding a player who could do what they wanted me to do,” bemoaned Bendtner.
He further went on to regard his last season playing for The Gunners as a waste of time:
“It was a terrible situation. My last year at Arsenal was a waste of time,” Bendtner told Tipsbladet Fodbold, a Danish sports magazine. “It was worthless that Arsenal did not allow me to leave.”
Although not a regular starter at his new club, Bendtner has made the most of his chances, scoring a brace in the Europa League against FK Krasnodar at the Volkswagen Arena just a week ago.
Hope Lord Bendtner will maintain his good run of form, always liked him.