Nicklas Bendtner has apologised for his nightclub antics following Arsenal's UEFA Champions League exit on Tuesday.
The Denmark international was pictured leaving a popular London nightspot at 4am on Wednesday morning looking worse for wear.
The incident occurred just hours after the 21-year-old had taken part in the Gunners' 3-1 defeat to Manchester United which sent them crashing out of Europe.
Bendtner admits he made 'an error in judgment' to go out partying and has vowed to make amends for his actions when Arsenal face arch rivals Chelsea on Sunday.
"I love this club and was so disappointed to lose against Manchester United last night," Bendtner said in a statement.
"Reaching a Champions League final is one of my biggest dreams and getting knocked out was a massive blow. However, no matter how disappointed I was, it does not excuse my behaviour later in the evening.
"I may be young, but my actions were a poor error of judgment and something I deeply regret.
"I want to apologise to the club and the fans for letting them and myself down.
"I cannot change the past, but will learn from my mistakes.
"Tuesday night is behind me now and I want to use my energy to fully focus on our three remaining games this season - starting with Chelsea on Sunday."