One of West Bromwich Albion's stars has been reflecting on his recent change of position.
The 30-year-old is more commonly known as a left-sided midfielder but he has played the last nine Premier League matches as a left-back, with considerable success.
Brunt was part of a back-line that kept a clean-sheet against Liverpool on Saturday, a week after doing the same in a vital encounter with Crystal Palace.
“Obviously it’s always nice to get clean-sheets but doing it as part of the back-four is really enjoyable,” Brunt said.
“I will do whatever I can to help out and if the gaffer sees me as a left-back then I will get my head down and get on with it.”
West Brom are currently 13th in the Premier League table, seven points clear of the bottom-three.
Under Tony Pulis, they have pulled clear of a relegation scrap and the future now looks bright once again at The Hawthorns.
The question for Brunt is: Will he be a regular left-back for the rest of his time at the club or will he switch to his more familiar position next season, with quality reinforcements coming in?