“I love David. He’s been a sensational goalkeeper for this club for many years.
“But after the Everton game, three or four weeks ago, when he conceded a couple of goals he probably shouldn’t have I thought it was time for Henderson to come in.
“Ole obviously disagreed and kept faith with David and I still thought in them games he looked a little suspect.
“Actually watching that game on Sunday, I know City didn’t create a lot, which is a great credit to the defence, I felt safe with [Henderson]. I felt if they get a chance I think he’ll save it.
“He just felt comfortable, nice and relaxed, nice and composed. Didn’t want to get involved when he didn’t have to.”