He admits: â€śI used to worry because I was selfish and wanted to be in my favoured position every game â€” like you do on the playground when youâ€™re a kid.
â€śBut the game has changed. I have learned to understand I have a job to do for the team.
â€śYou canâ€™t afford to be selfish. If I play out of position and we get a win I still get the same buzz.
â€śIf the manager says to me Iâ€™m playing centre midfield or off the front man, thereâ€™s no massive difference to me.
â€śBut yes, I enjoy playing further forward, especially behind Fernando Torres.
â€śLast season was probably one of the easiest Iâ€™ve had. The quality of his runs, the amount of chaos he was causing, let me in to get 21 goals.
â€śIâ€™ll play wherever the manager wants me to play and not worry about it.â€ť