“I think the situation was more about the actual understanding – sometimes you have a feeling something is missing; the players, the tactics,” Saha told Sky Sports.
“As a fan, as someone who has been there in the club and as a forward sometimes I was feeling the link between players was not there.
“He has been asked to take a lot of responsibility in the field because he is a tremendous player with a lot of quality.
“You could see sometimes his body language was wrong. But the last few weeks he has just been an immense player.