Red and White boss Morten Olsen believes that the Arsenal striker should seek a new club in order to ensure he is playing consistently.
Denmark manager Morten Olsen believes that Nicklas Bendtner must seek a new club when the transfer window re-opens in January.
Bendtner was widely expected to depart the Emirates Stadium in the close season, and nearly sealed a move to Bundesliga outfit Frankfurt before the German club pulled out of the deal for financial reasons.
The 25-year-old is on the periphery of the Arsenal first team, with France international Olivier Giroud regularly chosen to lead the line, and spent the two previous seasons on loan at Sunderland and Juventus respectively.
Bendtner's only goals this season came when playing for Denmark in a 2-2 draw with Italy in October.
After seeing the forward make just three Premier League appearances this season, all from the bench, Olsen has told Bendtner to seek a new home in the January transfer window in order to prolong his career.
"Bendtner scored two great goals for us in the game against Italy, but there were also things he lacked in the match and this only comes through playing games," Olsen told reporters.
"It is for this reason that he should find something new this winter. I think he will make the recommendation to himself and that is the main thing. Footballers want to play football. He has maybe 10 years left to go, he must use them well."
Bendtner will hope to gain a starting berth when Denmark hosts Norway in a friendly on Nov. 15.