Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has elaborated on the key points he will be considering as he looks to secure a move to a new club.
Bendtner revealed earlier in the week that had 'three demands' after admitting that he had already turned down a number of offers.
He does not want to stay at the Gunners after a frustrating few years at the Emirates Stadium, while he spent last season on loan at Sunderland.
The 24-year-old has stated that he expects to find a solution before the end of the transfer window, but the conditions must be right for a deal to be agreed.
Speaking to Sporten.dk, Bendtner said that his first wish was to play in the UEFA Champions League and be able to travel to London to visit his son without any hassle.
He continued: "Secondly I need to be happy. A lot of people think that it is all about the money, but money does not matter if you are not happy.
"I have been in a situation before where I made a lot of money without being happy. I need to be happy when I come in which is universal for everyone.
"You need to be excited to come in to work."
Asked about the final condition, Bendtner concluded: "Playing regularly."