Aston Villa striker Nicklas Helenius admits he is willing to play in any position if it means he can experience first-team football in the Premier League.
The 22-year-old arrived at Villa Park on a three-year deal from Aalborg BK earlier this week in a deal which sees him become the fourth of five signings made by Paul Lambert at the club so far this summer.
Helenius faces competition from the in-demand Christian Benteke for a place up front and, despite admitting his favoured position is in a role behind the striker, confesses he is happy to play in any position he is required to fill.
"They [Aston Villa] see me playing different positions rather than just as a striker as the experts say," Helenius told Danish newspaper Bold.
"They think I'm fast enough to play on the wing and I agree. I'm also able to play in the hole behind the striker.
"Personally I've always seen myself as a player in the hole behind the striker because of my finishing ability outside the area and Villa sees me the same way, as a flexible striker.
"But my main aim is first team football and I enjoy playing any position."