Denmark coach Morten Olsen says Nicklas Bendtner needs to learn from his ''poor judgment'' off the field after the forward was fined and banned from driving for speeding.

Olsen still included Bendtner on Wednesday for Denmark's friendly next week against Russia despite the player being fined 660 pounds ($1,044) and banned from driving for 56 days by an English court earlier this week.

Bendtner and Sunderland teammate Lee Cattermole are also facing charges for allegedly damaging cars in December near the stadium of their team's Premier League rival, Newcastle.

Olsen says Bendtner needs to learn from those incidents, but he ''has not been convicted in Denmark and he has not crossed the line for me or (the Danish FA), so he is obviously in.''