Everton new recruit Jean-Philippe Gbamin has stated his willingness to play in any role for the Toffees.
Having played majorly in a midfield role for the 05ers, where he made 86 league appearances before his departure, the Ivorian is willing to make a sacrifice for the Toffees in order to help them achieve success.
"I’ve come here to play in the midfield, as a defensive midfielder if you like but if the manager wants me to do so I can play in a number of positions,” he told the media.
"Whether it is in number 8, the number 6 or defence, I will absolutely be ready for whatever position the coach needs me.”
“We could maybe pick up a trophy along the way, maybe one of the cups", he continued.
"That is the ambition of every professional player and I think we can get one of the European spots."
The Toffees open their Premier League campaign against Crystal Palace on Saturday but Gbamin is uncertain if he will play a role in the match.
"I’m concentrating on getting myself totally fit, this week might be a little bit too soon,” he added.
"As I say, I’ve only had two training sessions. A more realistic option might be the following game [at home to Watford, Saturday 17 August].”