Manchester United's ever-present Darren Fletcher admits he's had to adjust his game this season as he plays alongside different midfield partners.
"Weâ€™ve all got to complement each other and you sacrifice certain parts of your game when youâ€™re playing with certain people,â€ť he told United Review.
â€śMaybe sometimes I have to hold back a bit more because thereâ€™s someone else who likes getting forward, like Anderson, or maybe thereâ€™s another holding midfielder and that gives you license to get forward more.â€ť
Fletcherâ€™s forays forward have resulted in him netting three times already this season, his latest goal coming at Everton last month. Itâ€™s an area of his game heâ€™s enjoying but heâ€™s not about to get too gung-ho.
â€śHere at United, you learn how to play in so many different ways," he explained. "I like to think that I can be a box-to-box midfielder and contribute both going forward and in defence.
"Thereâ€™s no such thing as just a holding midfielder or just a traditional central midfielder. We all need to know how to adapt and play in the right way for each game.â€ť