Eduardo says he's happy to play anywhere for Arsenal.
Eduardo, who missed a couple of gilt-edged chances after coming on as a substitute against Tottenham, could feel somewhat aggrieved not to have been credited with Arsenal's second goal at Wolves, when his chip was deflected in off defender Jody Craddock which would have been a first strike in seven appearances.
The Croatia forward, though, is just happy to be doing his bit for the side.
"For me it is fine to play on the left or right, no problem, the most important thing is to help the team and I feel good in those positions," he said.
"The boss knows our qualities and how they can fit into a formation.
"It is a formation which gives us more movement and more creativity through the middle, although it is not easy because we have to balance defence and attack, and that can be difficult for us as strikers."