In the aftermath of the ball tampering incident that took place during the third Test of the South African series, coach Darren Lehmann, chief executive James Sutherland, chairman David Peever and high performance manager Pat Howard have all resigned.
David Warner, Steven Smith and Cameron Bancroft are all serving suspensions for their role in the saga.
“It certainly looks like the Australian team is back on the right track again. When they played against Pakistan, they played a wonderful brand of cricket and they were very competitive despite missing a couple of their best players,” Christian said.
“The series they just had against South Africa was a fantastic one and it was close in the third game. The team looks like it's on the right track.
“Before I came here, the public was getting behind the team and that was probably the hardest thing that happened in the aftermath of what took place here in South Africa. The public was really down on the national team. A lot has been said about the board and there have been a few resignations. I think everything is going in the right direction and hopefully the team will start looking after about itself.”
At 35, Christian is well versed in the art of playing in various T20 leagues.
The fact he's not playing first-class cricket in Australia has also allowed him to be available for the Jozi Stars.
Christian said there'll always be pressure on overseas players to perform, regardless of the stature of the league.
“The pressure is generally the same because you're seen as a hired gun for a want of a better phrase. You're coming in to do a job or a role, whether it be batting or bowling. That's what's expected of me and that's what I'm here to do,” Christian said.