Antonio Valencia is glad to be back on the right-hand side of Manchester United's midfield following a spell filling in at full-back.
The Ecuadorian's versatility makes him a useful asset to Sir Alex Ferguson, with a stint in the back four seeing him maintain his usual high standards.
He is, however, more at home on the flanks and has recaptured his best form since being returned to a more natural role.
Valencia laid on seven goals for United during the month of December and he admits his confidence is sky high at the moment.
"I think when you do manage to put in good crosses and create goals, it does give you confidence," he told the club's official website.
"I feel more comfortable being back in my usual position.
"The manager asked me to fill in at right-back because two or three of my team-mates were injured. I was obviously happy to do that, especially when he mentioned that it was only for a brief period.
"But I am more comfortable in my own position."
United's forward line are happy to see Valencia back in a wide role, with the ammunition he provides from the wing allowing them to fill their boots in front of goal - with Wayne Rooney having benefited most from Valencia's service over recent weeks.
"I think Wayne's been at a good level all season, really on top form and now he's showing again how valuable he is for us," added Valencia.
"What's great about him is that he's very bright. He sees things very early and gives the ball quickly, so it gives you a chance to be quicker and act sharper yourself.
"But I think I have a good understanding and relationship not just with Rooney, but with other players like Nani, Chicharito (Javier Hernandez) and Danny Welbeck."