Everton wide man Seamus Coleman has said that he really enjoys playing at right back after he helped his side to an emphatic 5-0 victory over Leyton Orient in the Capital One Cup.
The 23-year-old played at right back in the fixture and was a constant threat from the right side, setting up several chances for the Toffees and earning rave reviews from spectators.
Speaking to evertontv after the game, Coleman said that he hopes to have shown manager David Moyes that he 'can do a job' at right back.
"I enjoyed the game and playing at right back I tried to get forward as much as I could. I set up a few chances in the first half and was just willing them to go in," said the Donegal native.
"I really enjoyed it. Right back is the position I grew up playing at. Hopefully I've shown that I can do a job there and if not, I'm quite happy to play right midfield," he added.
Despite breaking into the Everton first team at right midfield, Coleman says that he would like to play at right back and revealed the influence of England international Leighton Baines on his game.
He said: "When I'm not playing and I am watching games, I watch Leighton Baines and I feel I've learned a lot.
"For me he is the best left back in England. If I can do half as good a job at right back I will be happy," concluded Coleman.