Bendtner looking forward to new start

Bendtner scored twice in Denmark's 2-0 win over Norway

Nicklas Bendtner is confident that he can realise his potential by playing regularly in the Premier League for Sunderland this season.

Bendtner joined the Black Cats on transfer deadline day on a season-long loan deal after being frozen out at Arsenal. He has since gone on to score twice in Denmark’s 2-0 win over Norway and is keen to carry that goalscoring form onto the domestic stage with his new club.

“When I hopefully get to play regularly in the Premier League for Sunderland, I want to prove what you all have missed,” said the 23-year-old.

“Obviously, I feel I have more to offer and I will get to show that now. Everything at Arsenal has hit me hard personally and made me very frustrated. I have not played many matches and had been at a place where I had no desire to be for one year.

“My focus now is on Sunderland and the two important qualifiers in October.”

Bendtner played under Steve Bruce at Birmingham when the striker was aged just 18 and scored 13 goals in 39 starts.

Victor Chandler price the Dane at betting odds of 11/4 to finish the season as Sunderland’s top goalscorer. Asamoah Gyan remains the Even money favourite to be the Black Cats’ most prolific outlet with Fraizer Campbell at 4/1.

Written By:- Jaymes Monte (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 08/09/2011 - 11:27 AM
Filed in:- Crystal Palace Betting News, Crystal Palace, Arsenal

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