Emirates star wants to stay at Stadium of Light.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has vowed never to play for the club again after sealing a loan move to Sunderland on deadline day.
The 23-year-old had grown frustrated over the lack of first-team opportunities and manager Arsene Wenger had allowed him to look for another club.
The Danish international insists he has not been given a fair chance the Gunners ever since he had a car crash two years ago.
Bendtner is now planning for life after Arsenal as he has no intention of returning to the Emirates once his loan deal expires.
“The important thing for me every morning is to be happy,” said Bendtner.
“I’ve been out for almost a half year because of an accident and have not really been given a fair chance after I came back at Arsenal.
“I have not been for almost over a year but I am now. I am going to a place where I will be happy to be. I know Steve Bruce and he is a huge factor in my move.
“Sunderland is an ambitious club and we can look at the players that the club has picked up. And last year the team was, after all, tenth in the Premier League.
“I will look for new clubs for next summer. I’m not interested in playing at Arsenal anymore. I am quite ready to play (for Sunderland) if I can get on my way.”