What the papers say: Bendtner says he'll prove he's the best

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The SunCap Cup snub turned Walc hot
THEO WALCOTT admits his World Cup snub is the driving force behind his fine form.

The Daily MirrorTheo: We couldn't look Wenger in the eye after Toon horror show
Theo Walcott has revealed how Arsenal players could not look boss Arsene Wenger in the eye after their St James’ Park capitulation.

The Daily MailNicklas Bendtner: I deserve my £50k-a-week wage... I've had to give up skiing for football!
Nicklas Bendtner has risked the wrath of credit crunch-hit fans by insisting footballers are worth their multi-million-pound contracts — because they have to make sacrifices such as not going skiing.

LIFE at Luton Airport provided the silver lining for Theo Walcott on Saturday night, though when he returns there today his thoughts will be less on Arsenal and more on making sure his England career takes off again.

THEO WALCOTT has vowed to make sure he is NEVER axed by England again.

The Independent - Walcott excited to be shaping England's future with Wilshere
It helps that Theo Walcott is of a naturally sunny disposition that he can put disappointment to one side so quickly.

The Guardian - Theo Walcott sees no point in sulking over lost points or tough breaks
The Arsenal players had been in a hushed state of shock as their plane departed Tyneside on Saturday but, as they taxied on the runway upon arrival back at Luton airport later that night, the chorus of mobile phone alerts trilling through the cabin heralded consolatory news.

The Daily Telegraph - Theo Walcott: players could not look Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger in the eye following Newcastle draw
Theo Walcott has confessed that the Arsenal players were so embarrassed about their second-half capitulation to Newcastle United that they could not make eye contact with their manager, Arsène Wenger, afterwards.

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