Young has impressed in his role behind the centre-forward.
He said: "At international level, it's important to make sure you get your players playing where they feel they can do most damage and not part of a system where they're just doing a job that doesn't suit them or their qualities.
"If we have another centre-forward to accept the ball, then Ashley can pick the ball off them there.
"In the games we've not used the opportunities when we've won the ball back as well as we could've done.
"The shape of the team is about having a reasonable amount of control. The more of that you have, the more you can find ways of hurting the opposition and get Ashley or Wayne in behind them."