The former Arsenal striker is set to return to north London for the Emirates Cup.
Still, however, Bendtner is seen as a cult hero, with opposition fans continuously referring to him as the 'Lord' and one of the world's greatest players.
In truth, plenty of Arsenal fans still do it too.
"So excited for sundays match! Arsenal have been a very important club and time for me. Will always… https://t.co/rXwrnciM5l— Nicklas Bendtner (@bendtnerb52) July 24, 2015
The 27-year-old is due to return to Arsenal this weekend, with Wolfsburg taking part in the Emirates Cup.
Without Bendtner, the Gunners have Olivier Giroud to rely on up top next season, although speculation and debate continues as to whether Wenger will bring in a new man.
If not, the north London side have Theo Walcott, Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck who can all play as a centre-forward, although it is not the most natural position for any of them.
"So excited for sundays match! Arsenal have been a very important club and time for me. Will always look back with love and respect. Can't wait to see all the lads, all the fans and all the amazing people around the club. Arsenal will always be a part of me."