New Norwich signing Steven Whittaker says he is happy to play wherever Chris Hughton asks him to at Carrow Road.
The versatile defender, who joined the Canaries from Rangers last week on a four-year deal, is predominantly a full-back but played in various positions during his time at Ibrox.
Manager Hughton hailed 28-year-old Whittaker's versatility upon signing the player and the Scotland international is content to play wherever he is needed.
"I've played all across the back four and all across the midfield for Rangers, so whatever is put my way I'll try to adapt to it the best I can," he told the Eastern Daily Press.
"I'm predominantly a full-back but in my younger days I played in midfield, so I still remember the times and wherever I'm asked to play I'll always give 100 per cent."
Whittaker proved himself a capable goalscorer at Rangers, totalling 28 goals in 207 senior appearances during his five years in Glasgow.
The defender admits he may have to restrain his attacking instinct with the Canaries but is not ruling out the occasional raid.
He added: "I had a very successful scoring season two years ago when I scored 11 from full-back, which was good, but I think this is going to be different in the fact that at Rangers, we attacked the majority of the games, we were the top team in that league and we had a licence to go forward.
"Here it's going to be tougher opposition, better players, but I hope I can still get a little cameo going forward and if I can score goals that will be great."
Whittaker will link up with Scotland team-mate Russell Martin at Carrow Road but does not necessarily see him as competition for one position in Hughton's backline.
He said: "Russ is quite versatile as well and can play along the back four, so there's nothing to stop us playing in the same team.
"I know Russ from my time with the Scotland squad. He's been great since I got here so I'm looking forward to playing with him and the rest of the squad."