Paska said: “Milan was still struggling three months after the World Cup and went straight into the team without having a pre-season.
“He knows he has to work hard and that will take some time, because football in England is very physical.
“I don’t think it is right to use the term ‘unhappy’ in this situation. The player knows he has a contract and that he has to perform well, so he cannot be unhappy.
“He can be angry, for example, when he is not playing, but then he has to train harder.
“I was in England to watch Aston Villa’s home game against Fulham – full house, fantastic atmosphere. I cannot imagine a player would be unhappy in such conditions.”