Bendtner is becoming a dab hand at popping up with stoppage-time winners - he did the same at Hull last month - and he praised his team-mates for persisting with their brand of passing football as they tried to break down a stubborn Wolves defence.
"We didn't hoof the ball or anything. Wolves like to take three minutes every time they have a throw in and three minutes every time they have a goal kick.
"It was very frustrating when you are trying to play football. I don't know if it was a tactic. But we got what we deserved in the end [because] there was still a lot of time to be added on.
"They wasted a lot of time and never really had any chances to have a go at us. We kept creating chance after chance and got what we deserved in the end, which was a victory."