“I think I’ll spend a lot of time understanding that it’s really over now,” Nicklas Bendtner said in the program 'Bendtner & Philine' as quoted by The Guardian.
“Now I will find something else that gives me what football has given me in all the years. Football is a big part of my life and I cannot leave it.
“That is why I am in the process of taking the coaching education. I hope it will give me as much or maybe more than it did as a player. That way, I will always be a part of football.”
The 33-year-old spent nine seasons at Arsenal between 2005 and 2014, scoring 45 goals in 171 appearances.
Nicklas will be remembered as a wasted talent. He once admitted that he regrets not giving his all to football to enjoy a successful career.