Yun Suk-Young has told Queens Park Rangers’ officialweb site that he enjoyed the role given to him by Neil Warnock against Middlesbrough.
Warnock deployed Suk-Young as a winger at the Riverside Stadium, and the South Korean put in an impressive display.
Despite usually being a full-back, the 25-year-old put in a decent performance, but he was unable to stop QPR from falling to a 1-0 defeat.
And the defender said: “It was good to play on the wing,” he said. “I enjoyed it - I am happy to play anywhere if I can be on the pitch!”
“It was nice for me to play. I am pleased when I play because I have the chance to help the team.”
Suk-Young was expected to have a big part to play for QPR this season, but he has not appeared regularly, due to injury problems.
The energetic full-back has made just two starts for the R’s this term, and he will be eager to keep his place for the foreseeable future now.
QPR’s next match comes against Leeds United on Saturday, but that could be Warnock’s last match in charge at Loftus Road.
According to Sky Sports, QPR will appoint a new manager next week, as they look to get their season back on track after a disappointing start.