Everton star Joleon Lescott has underlined his determination to play as a central defender.
Lescott has been a revelation with The Toffees since moving from Wolves in 2006.
The Birmingham-born stopper has featured regularly at full-back and his versatility has also been utilised by England - after he made his international bow last year.
But Lescott has insisted he is a centre-half and that boss David Moyes knows his thoughts.
"I had never played left-back before I came here, I have played for England there and obviously for Everton there," Lescott told Sky Sports News.
"I would prefer to play centre-half to be honest, I made my debut for England at centre-half and hopefully I can continue there for Everton.
"I have spoke to him [Moyes] a few times but this season it has been more about the team so hopefully next season we can sort that out - I want to play centre-half, he knows that - he sees me as a centre-half but it is more important for me to play at left-back for the team so I am more than willing to do that."
Lescott was speaking after being named Everton Player of the Year, completing a double after he scooped the Players' award earlier this month.