Chelsea defender Sam Hutchison is eyeing a Premiership breakthrough next season.
Hutchison has already begun preseason training at Cobham after overcoming long-term knee injury.
He told chelseafc.com: "I think I may be seen more as a right-back, but I am happy wherever the manager plays me. I came on against Stoke at right-back, and got injured in that game, injuring my back.
"I was meant to be involved in the last games, but I don't know, wherever the boss sees me, I am happy. I am capable of playing anywhere, if I am fit. When I have played, I have done okay and I think I can do a job. I'm confident in myself and now in my knee as well."