“I like attacking, I like being in the box, I like to be decisive for my team – if I can do both, I do it. I like to defend as well, to recover balls and get to the box. I just like to be free, free to play my football.
“I am better when I play my football, when I get in the box, get some shots, passes and tackles, a bit of everything. I think every player needs to play where they feel comfortable. When you do well somewhere you carry on and keep doing it.
“It would be more difficult for someone to be consistent and play well when you change a lot, but there are different roles and it defends what role the manager wants you to play.
“As long as you can help the team where the manager wants, that’s what matters.
“You don’t want to be selfish, but I obviously want to play, feel comfortable with myself and with the manager and give my best. If the manager tells me to play deeper, I’ll play deeper and give my best to help the team as much as I can.