Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Bendtner bent on repaying Wenger

The 22-year-old has been in and out of the Premier League due
to injuries.

However, his presence and importance to the team can't be overstated.

Bendtner's height produces the catalyst Arsenal need to bolster their
attack effectively.
His goal tally might be low as a striker in comparison to Thomas
Vermaelen who is far ahead of him despite playing defensively.
He's definately not the best option Arsenal has but also he isn't the
least. And it's only a matter of games below his belt and he might
snap out of his sluggishness and lack of pace - to prove to us all
that he won't be a FLOP and liability to the club.

The Dane who played for the first time this year against Aston Villa,
opened his new year account for Arsenal last week against the Black
Cats as he helped Arsenal keep their title hopes alive.
The youngster who has missed enough action already has stated in
unequivocal terms that he's more than ready to repay the Manager's
faith in him, by doing anything on the pitch to send the message
across that Arsene Wenger's decision to stick with him wasn't a

"Yes and that's really important," claimed Bendtner.
"All I have to do now is show him he made the right choice. I'm sure
he has and I've got to show it on the pitch.
"It's difficult obviously being out, despite whoever else is out. It's
difficult. Coming back for me was really important."