Kenny Dalglish has praised Martin Skrtel. The boss has hailed Skrtel's willingness to play at right-back for the good of the team in the absence of the injured Glen Johnson and Martin Kelly. "He's been playing out of position but it's been no problem for him. He came on against Bolton and was very, very comfortable," said Dalglish. "One of the benefits of this group of players is that they are prepared to play wherever they can get a game. "They will do their very best and if it is not right, then it is not their problem, it is ours. "There is no way Martin Skrtel is ever going to let you down through lack of commitment. He's played right-back in the last two games and done brilliantly. He doesn't look out of place to me. If we have to keep him there, then we will keep him there. "Martin's been given the opportunity and he's done the best that he can. He'll continue to do that and I'm sure if somebody else gets the opportunity they will be exactly the same. I don't think too many of them will put their hands up to play in goal though!"