Chelsea's January recruit Nicolas Anelka says he is content to help the Blues in any way he can, having been left on the bench for half of his last eight games.
The 29-year-old France international has scored just twice in 14 appearances for Chelsea to date, but Anelka says he is happy with the way things are going at Stamford Bridge.
He said: "Sometimes you play and sometimes you don't.
"You have to accept it as a group and realise that the most important thing is that the team wins something.
"There are so many games in a season at Chelsea and everyone will have the chance to contribute.
"I don't think about being a starter, of course I want to play, but I want to help the team win things in the first place, that is the main thing I think about.
"When you play at Chelsea the most important thing is to win games as a team.
"Now we are in the final moments of the season and we have to win, so if I can do anything to help the team do that, I will do it."