Denilson considering future, Nicklas Bendtner ready to fight for regular place
Written by Renzo on December 22, 2010 4:30
Arsenal and Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner rubbished exit rumours as he believes he can still be an asset for the Gunners.
Speaking to Arsenal.com about his future, the Dane explained that he is very close to a 100% fitness level and ready to take chances with the regular squad when presented with an opportunity to do so adding how conclusions will only be made at the end of the season.
On the Gunners winning trophies so as to end their five-year silverware crisis, the 22-year old concluded by saying that the Carling Cup is a good opportunity to do so together with the FA Cup and the Champions League.
I want to get back to 100 per cent, get back into the squad and take my chances when I get them to prove I should be there. At the end of the season we can see where I am, see where the team is and how well we have done.
I hope we will win something this season. We have a great chance in the Carling Cup which I hope we will take full advantage of. The FA Cup is coming up and we are still in the Champions League. I think it looks positive.
Meanwhile, midfielder Denilson also denied he wants to leave the North London Club saying that he is happy at Arsenal although he did tell O Globo how in the future he could listen to offers.
The 22-year old is no longer a regular in Arsene Wenger’s starting eleven with Jack Wilshere, Alex Song, Cesc Fabregas, Abou Diaby and – according to many – Aaron Ramsey all ahead of him in the pecking order.
On his future, he said:
I am presently happy with Arsenal but I am a professional player and I can never discard anything in my future.