Ashley Young admits to no longer being sure of his best position after being turned from a fleet-footed winger into a dogged full-back by Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Young has, however, seen United spend big on creative influences in recent years, forcing him to reinvent himself in an effort to get regular game time.
He has flourished in a defensive berth, having initially been used to plug a problematic gap, and concedes that he is now torn as to where he offers the most to the Red Devils cause.
Young told ESPN FC on his positional poser: "I don't know [my best position]. I'm not sure anymore.
"I still see myself as a winger because I've played there for so long. I've played as a No. 10 as well.
"There are so many positions and I think it's only goalkeeper and centre-half that I haven't played so far [for United].
"But wherever the manager calls upon me, I will go out there and give 100 per cent and look to play well, which I think I've done this season.
"As a footballer, you always want to play and I wanted to be involved in more games this season.
"There are plenty more to play, and as long as I am playing well and the manager's happy, I want to be pulling on the shirt."
Young has made 27 appearances for United across all competitions for United this season.
That is his highest return since 2014-15 and leaves him on course to set a new personal best from a seven-year stint at Old Trafford – with a previous high of 33 recorded in his debut campaign back in 2011-12.