The 26-year-old made a flying start to life in the Spanish capital with two goals in three appearances. Wenger believes that is just the beginning of a move that will be hugely beneficial to both parties.
"Adebayor didn't play anymore [at Manchester City], he is a talented player and it's a waste for him not to play," the manager told arsenal.com.
"It is a good decision from Adebayor and a good decision from Real Madrid in my opinion.
"They need somebody with presence, who is good in the air, who can push over the defenders. The characteristics of Adebayor are exactly what Real Madrid need."