The club-record signing has played all across midfield in his short spell with the champions, and insists he remains happy to have joined a "very, very big club"
The Spaniard has ended on the winning team just once since joined the club in a £37.1 million move in January, filling a number of roles in his short stint at Old Trafford.
David Moyes has already utilised Mata on either flank, as well as in behind a main striker, but the 25-year-old is only interested in where he can best help the team's cause.
"Throughout my career I have played on the left, on the right and just behind the striker," he told reporters.
"I don't mind playing anywhere the manager tells me. I am happy at the club, very happy.
"I am enjoying my football, I am getting minutes on the pitch, I am in a very, very big club and I hope we finish the season well.
"David De Gea has helped me settle, the same with Chicharito, [Antonio] Valencia, and Rafael, they all speak Spanish but everyone there has helped me.
"People like [Ryan] Giggs have been here for many years and there's [Wayne] Rooney and [Robin] van Persie, they have all treated me phenomenally well."