The pundit has been discussing the Gunners' beleaguered boss.
Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas feels Arsene Wenger's poor substitutions - and the lack of response from his players - indicate there is currently a crisis at the Emirates Stadium, according to Sky Sports.
Nicholas told Sky: "There's a mini crisis happening at Arsenal and you can see it from the manager's changes. He's throwing players in and hoping it will work out.
"There is not one player that is in form right now and you don't see any angry reactions from the players. They're not showing they want it."
The problem with Arsenal's current situation is that Wenger will once again get away scot-free.
In response to criticism from Thierry Henry and Alexis Sanchez - two people who love the Gunners and clearly don't have an anti-Arsenal agenda - Wenger has more or less denied everything and may as well have said 'we are great, I am doing great, nothing is wrong.'
Jermaine Jenas has summed things up perfectly for Arsenal. He wrote in his Yahoo Sport column that Arsenal are happy with fourth and not actually achieving any league success.
That's fine for the club, as they are achieving exactly that. But it's not fine for the fans, considering the resources Arsenal have at their disposal. And Wenger denying that - and claiming his side are doing well - makes no sense. Either admit fourth is good enough or admit he is failing miserably, having done so for a decade now.