Stoke City striker Dave Kitson has again committed himself to the Premier League club, despite having struggled to make his mark at the Britannia Stadium.
The 27-year-old £5.5million summer recruit from Reading has yet to find the target in 13 outings for City, but Kitson insists he is still fully behind manager Tony Pulis.
He told The Sentinel: "I want to score a goal, it's just difficult at the moment.
"I will do what Tony wants me to do because I just want to play and help Stoke play in the Premier League.
"Any striker gets frustrated if they don't score because you're expected to. When it doesn't happen, people start to point fingers and rightly so.
"But I'm trying my hardest for the boys and for Tony because he's a genuine and honest guy, one you want to try for.
"I don't dictate the way we play. The way we play is fantastically effective and you won't find me arguing with the manager because he's the boss.
"If he wants me to play left-back, I will. I just want to do well for Tony and Stoke City Football Club. I'll give 100 per cent until Tony says he doesn't want me any more."