Bendtner: I'm worth it

BY foxsports • February 8, 2011

The 23-year-old, who has started just one match for the Gunners this season, claims he is worth every penny of his salary because he misses out on other pleasures in life - such as skiing. The Danish frontman said: "I believe I'm worth what is coming my way. I pay a big price with my body, my time and with never being able to have privacy when I am out. "I don't complain about that. It's a part of being a professional footballer but it's definitely a price to pay. "Again, I am not complaining but I love to go on a skiing holiday but as long as I have my career I can't do that because of the risk of injury." Bendtner, who is set to face England in Wednesday's friendly, also revealed he will consider his future at the Emirates at the end of the season. He said: "I will play this season to the end as an Arsenal player and then make a decision on my status in the summer."

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