"I should start every game, I should be playing every minute of every match and always be in the team," Bendtner told the Daily Mirror.
The 21-year-old also said he does not fear the threat of new ¬£15million signing Andrei Arshavin. He added: "I've never seen Arshavin. I did not watch Euro 2008. I've no idea what sort of player he is."
Nicolas Anelka ended his five-game goal drought with a hat-trick against Watford in the FA Cup and then launched a thinly veiled attack on the club's former manager, Luiz Felipe Scolari, for denying him a prolonged chance to prove his credentials alongside Didier Drogba.
Anelka, who had scored just one goal in his previous 11 matches, was paired up front with Drogba by temporary boss Ray Wilkins and said: "A lot of people said we couldn't play together, but we have never really tried to play together. Today, in 20 minutes, we scored three goals."
"People have asked whether we have a Plan B but we've never tried playing us together," Anelka told the Guardian.
Drogba joined in with the not-so-fond farewells by claiming that he'll get back to his best now Scolari has left, according to the Daily Mail.
The Ivory Coast striker, who was frozen out for much of the Brazilian's spell at the club, appeared to take a swipe at Scolari when he said: "It's always good for a player to be on the pitch and it's always better to have some games."
"I hope now to show that I deserve to play, because for me it is important."
But just when everything seemed to be returning to normal at Stamford Bridge the Blues confirmed that Manchester City had made an audacious transfer swoop for captain John Terry that could have ripped the soul out of the club.
"We made it very clear John was not for sale," Chelsea chief exec Peter Kenyon told The Sun. "He is part of the heart and soul of Chelsea."
The Daily Star claim that Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has cranked up the pressure on Liverpool's owners by admitting it would be the crowning glory of his career if he got the Real Madrid job.
But what the Spaniard actually said was: "I am not thinking about leaving and I hope to be here for a long time but of course Real Madrid would be the perfect ending to anyone's career. But my career is not at an end yet."
Benitez has been linked with a summer move to the Santiago Bernabeu but is currently in protracted talks with Liverpool about a new contract.
Managerial speculation continues in The Times as they claim Portsmouth have been left in limbo in their pursuit of Mexico boss Sven-G√∂ran Eriksson.
Pompey, who sacked Tony Adams last Monday, have brought in Eriksson's former England assistant Brian Kidd and now want the Swede to mastermind a revival; but money, as always, is a stumbling block.
Mexico are unwilling to sack their beleaguered manager and trigger a compensation payout, while Portsmouth‚Äôs finances will not stretch to buying the former England head coach out of his contract.
Nigel Clough, whose Derby County side have outgunned Manchester United's Premier League rivals to put four goals past them in two Carling Cup ties and Sunday's FA Cup game, believes United could dominate every competition this season.
Asked if Sir Alex Ferguson's side, who have already won the FIFA Club World Cup, could win the Carling Cup, FA Cup, Champions League and Premier League Clough said: "It's possible Manchester United can do it."
"United have the depth of squad as they have shown again here," Clough told the Daily Express.