The Manchester United ace insisted he does not mind where he is used by Roy Hodgson after ending his four-game goalscoring drought for his country in Florida
England striker Wayne Rooney insists he is happy to play anywhere after he was shunted out to the left wing against Ecuador on Wednesday.
The forward netted a first-half equaliser as the Three Lions were held to a 2-2 draw in an international friendly in Florida - ending his four-game run without a goal for his country - but much of the build-up surrounded Roy Hodgson's team selection.
Hodgson decided to play Rooney out of position, with new Liverpool signing Rickie Lambert picked to lead the line after the Manchester United star was criticised for his performance against Peru at Wembley last week.
But Rooney, who publicly voiced his displeasure at playing second fiddle to Robin van Persie during Sir Alex Ferguson's final season at Old Trafford, says he is willing to play anywhere for England ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.
"I enjoy playing for my country, whether it's left wing, right wing, midfield or up front," he told reporters.
"I've said before I'm always proud to play for England and that won't change no matter where I am on the pitch.
"It's down to the manager to pick where he wants to play me and I'm happy to play anywhere."
England wrap up World Cup preparations against Honduras on Saturday, before facing Italy in their opening Group D fixture on June 15.
They will also come up against Uruguay and Costa Rica.