Bendtner started for the Gunners last night in their 2-0 defeat to Chelsea and was hauled off following a poor performance.
The striker's departure from the field was greeted by a chorus of boos, as the Emirates crowed voiced their displeasure with the Dane's performance.
After two seasons out on loan, Bendtner was included in the Arsenal squad this season following Arsene Wenger's failed attempt to bring in a striker.
25-year-old Bendtner had, until last night, received a warm welcome from Gooners, but his display last night saw him lose the backing of the club's support.
However, despite failing to impress the club's fans, Bendtner insisted is trying to help the club win trophies and expressed again the hard work he is putting in to achieve that.
"At the moment I'm doing everything I can to help the team win trophies, as we all are," said Bendtner on the Express.
"I've always had strong feelings towards the club and respected the club and that's something I will never lose.
"I'm still here, I'm not sad about it. I don't regret it. I'm here, part of the group and as professional as any other player. That's not just words, you can see it in my matches, in my training and in my commitment."
The Danish targetman last scored for the North London club in 2011 but recently found the net twice for his national side.
Bendtner is expected to drop back to the bench this Saturday when Arsenal face a top-of-the-table clash with Liverpool.
The Gunners will be looking to cement their spot at the top of the table and bounce back from defeat midweek.