Rangers youngster Andrew Little is hoping to stamp down a regular first-team place after starting in the 7-2 demolition of Dunfermline.
The Northern Irishman has been utilised in a number of positions since making his debut for the SPL champions last season.
Despite his flexibility, Little has struggled to hold down a regular starting spot, with stiff competition at right-back and centre-forward.
After a flurry of reserve appearances the 21-year-old was given a rare start on Tuesday night as Walter Smith's side blitzed 'The Pars' in the Co-operative Insurance Cup.
Speaking on the experience, Little told Blues News: "From a personal point of view it was good to get 90 minutes at right-back.
"It is all well and good playing in games at Murray Park, but to play in front of however many thousand it was, it is a different kettle of fish so I enjoyed it.
"I honestly don't know (what my best position is). I think the only way I will find out is by playing games.
"Hopefully I can work on it in training and impress the coaches and I might get a few more starts.
"I think that is the only way I will find out. I honestly don't have a clue."