Rodgers insists his utility man status is a compliment to the player's flexibility.
"I've been so impressed since I've been here, Jordan has become better and better," Rodgers said. "His level, tactically, is very good. He's one that wants to improve all the time.
"If I didn't think he could play the role and function in the roles properly I wouldn't put him there so it's great credit to him.
"At the end of last season, he played as a false winger from the left, coming inside and got goals. He played his first season here wide on the right. He's played as a wing-back, wide in a midfield four.
"In all the systems, what you get from him is a work-rate and a mentality and Jordan has got quality. I don't see it as a hindrance for him, I see it only as a positive. I know he's really enjoying playing."
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