Hearts of Oak defender Nuru Sulley insists he has no problems playing in a makeshift midfield role.
The ex Mighty Jets player has been played as a defensive midfielder despite being a recognized central defender in the continues tinkering of coach David Duncan.
Sulley has however been impressive in his new role especially in the absence of influential Moro Abubakar.
The local Black Stars player again excelled for the Phobians in Sunday’s defeat against rivals Asante Kotoko.
Despite being played out if his natural position where he forms a formidable defensive pair with Robin Gnagne, Sulley says he is fine with his new role which is not new to him.
“In our game against Edubiase I played in the same position and this is not the first time I am playing in such a position,” the former Mighty Jets player said.
“I have played in a similar role during my time with Mighty Jets so when the coach asked me to slot-in that position I had no problems at all.
“As to whether I will continue in that role or not is up to the coach. I am prepared to play and help the team.”