NicklasBendtner signed for German team VFL Wolfsburg on a free transfer on August 15, 2014 after spending several years at Arsenal. While he was with the Gunners, he featured constantly for the first team and was also sent out on loan to teams such as Juventus in the Italian Serie A, English team Birmingham City and Sunderland.

Danish striker NicklasBendtner put pen to paper on a three-year deal when he signed for VFL Wolfsburg. Wolfsburg managing director Klaus Allofs described the new signing as a striker at the best age and with a lot of experience. His Wolfsburg debut came against Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Bundesliga.Bendtner was a second half substitute in his first game for Wolfsburg which ended in a 2-2 draw on August 30, 2014.

Bendtner scored his first goals for his new team during the Europa League thrashing given to Russian team Krasnodar. He scored twice in a 5-1 win over the Russians. One of his brace against Krasnodar was from the penalty spot, while the other one was from open play.

NicklasBendtner scored his first league goal for Wolfsburg in the defeat to Schalke 04. The Danish international was one of the goalscorers for Wolfsburg in a 3-2 defeat to hosts Schalke 04.

Bendtner was the recipient of a late winner against Inter Milan at the San Siro on March 19, 2015. His goal sealed victory for his German team in the second leg as Wolfsburg advanced to the Europa League quarterfinals via a 5-2 aggregate win. The Danish international striker was a spectator on the VFL Wolfsburg substitutes’ bench as his team beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 to win the 2015 DFB Pokal final. He would take part in the 2015 German Super Cup which VFL Wolfsburg won on penalties against Bayern Munich.