Milijas makes McCarthy plea

14 February 2010 03:14
The Serbian has found himself third in the pecking order behind Michael Mancienne and Dave Jones in the last three games following a 4-5-1 formation switch.[LNB]But the 26-year-old has made a plea to the Wolves boss, saying he can play in a number of positions to help the team.[LNB]"I'm happy to play anywhere to be honest, wherever the gaffer wants me to," he told the Birmingham Mail.[LNB]"I've already played some games as an attacking midfielder linking with the forwards and others in a more defensive midfield position.[LNB]"I like to think I can play different roles for the team and wherever I am asked to play I just do my best in the hope the manager and coaching staff will be pleased with me."[LNB]The playmaker is also keen to play more club football in a bid to strengthen his World Cup selection for Serbia.[LNB]"It will be my first World Cup and it will be great to be involved," he said.[LNB]"I will be so happy if I am selected and can get there, it will be incredible. All players want to represent their country at a World Cup finals and some big players at big clubs never get the chance.[LNB]"If that opportunity comes along once in my life I will be extremely grateful."[LNB][LNB]

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