Central midfielder Tommy Fraser admits he would play anywhere for Port Vale manager Micky Adams after starring on the wing at the weekend.
Gary Roberts and Anthony Griffith's partnership in the middle of midfield forced the 22-year-old onto the right flank against Bradford, but Fraser has no qualms with changing roles.
"I'm happy to play on the wing," he told The Sentinel. "I'd play in goal if the manager threw me a pair of gloves.
"I'm just happy to be in the team, because there is so much competition with Anthony and Gary playing so well in the middle.
"Sometimes there are two or three players going for every position, so it's hard to get back into the team. I've had to grit my teeth and work hard on my fitness, because I lost a bit after getting injured.
"I worked hard for the reserves, played well and hopefully I'm taking my chance. Playing on the wing is not unfamiliar as I played there as a teenager during my first 50 games for Brighton."