Swindon Town's Alan McCormack thinks he will be a centre-back for the rest of his career.
McCormack arrived at the County Ground from Charlton in the summer after a miserable season with the Addicks as a central midfielder, but was soon converted into a defender by Robins manager Paolo Di Canio.
Since then the Irishman has gone from strength to strength and after a difficult couple of years, he is delighted to have reinvented himself so successfully.
"Centre-half I'm feeling really comfortable at now. I look at that now and think I'll finish there as long as things go well," he said. "I've just got to keep learning and keep doing well and if needs be, go back into centre-mid and take what I've learnt from here and go from there.
"I didn't have the greatest of times last year, I was really lacking in confidence. I went into last year not having a great deal of confidence and it didn't start very well and continued to go downhill for me.
"I was a little bit disappointed and I'm never going to look back on that with fondness, but it's something I'll learn from about myself and my own personality and I took it here and thankfully it's gone great for me."