Wolves Conor Coady gives his view on playing right-back

Middlesbrough's Adam Forshaw and Wolves' Conor Coady

Wolves ace says he is comfortable playing out of position.

Middlesbrough's Adam Forshaw and Wolves' Conor CoadyMiddlesbrough's Adam Forshaw and Wolves' Conor Coady

Wolves ace Conor Coady has told the club's official website that he does not mind being asked to play out of position at right-back.

The central midfielder was selected in the role for the midweek League Cup clash against Crawley Town, and popped up with an impressive winner.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Carl Ikeme and Conor CoadyWolverhampton Wanderers Carl Ikeme and Conor Coady

Coady does not expect to be picked regularly at right-back but says he is more than happy to do so when manager Walter Zenga asks him to.

The former Liverpool youngster said: "I played there the once in pre-season and as a kid I dropped in there and played along the back four a few times.

“It’s not all that different and I enjoyed playing in a different position and learning different things.It’s something I tried to take in my stride.

“Let’s face it, Dom Iorfa is a top, top players, so I’m not sure it is something that will happen too often. But if he is ever not available for any reason, and the gaffer asks me, I am more than happy to play there.”

Aston Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor (L) in action with Wolves' Conor CoadyAston Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor (L) in action with Wolves' Conor Coady

Wolves have been busy in the transfer market since Fosun International's takeover and more additions are expected.

As new boss Walter Zenga experiments and deals with the increased competition, Coady could find himself shuffled about a little more but he has the right attitude and appears content to fulfil whichever role he is asked, so long as he is on the pitch.

Wolves have their first Championship home game of the season this weekend when they host Jaap Stam's Reading.

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