He's always been capable of great moments and great individual pieces of action, even when he's been playing shite.
He needs to play well, get on the ball, and affect games continually in a positive manner before I'll ever be convinced that he's the right man for us going forward. I'd still sell him for £30m tomorrow.
He could also be playing to specific instructions.
We know he and Richarlison (and now Iwobi) are the only finishers we have.
Suggest we see how he plays with (arguably) better and more suitable players around him, in Iwobi and Kean.