Last Updated: Fri, 06 Apr 2012 09:37
Nicklas Bendtner says he is in the dark over his long-term future with Arsenal although he is enjoying his season loan with Sunderland.
The Gunners striker has scored four goals in his last five Premier League appearances which has sparked questions about the Black Cats prospects of signing the Dane permanently in the summer.
However, Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has since stated that he is unsure about what will happen in the summer, and Bendtner himself is equally as non-committal on the subject when quizzed.
The forward was originally allowed to go out on loan after slipping down at the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium thanks largely to the impressive form of Robin van Persie.
His first-team opportunities under Arsene Wenger will become even more limited, if as expected, Lukas Podolski completes his move to the club at the end of the season.
Bendtner told the Sunderland Echo: "I haven't given it much thought. I really like the club and the manager has done really well since he came in here, but I haven't given it any thought yet.
"I still have two years left with Arsenal, it isn't just up to me.
"Ideally it would only be in my hands, but I'm just waiting to see in the summer.
"We've got the Euros, then, in the summer after the Euros, we will see where we are."
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