LEE PELTIER considers himself a right-back, but he’s happy to put in a shift anywhere on the pitch.
And when it comes to his latest position in midfield, the 24-year-old former Yeovil player has got plenty of previous!
“That’s where I started out as a kid,” explained the Liverpool academy product who turned back time by playing there against Arsenal in the FA Cup last Sunday and Carlisle in League I on Tuesday.
“Believe it or not, I sometimes played centre-back as well, and I was considered a bit of a utility man before I settled into the right-back slot during my time at Liverpool.
“If you were to ask me, I’d say right-back is my best position, and I think I’ve added to my game since joining Town (in the 2009 close-season).
“The coaching staff here have really worked hard to help me progress, particularly on the attacking side of the role.
“But I’m more than happy to do a job anywhere on the pitch if the manager asks me and if it helps the team, and I’ve enjoyed the last two games.
“I like ratting about, getting stuck in and doing all the gritty work that needs to be done to win a game.”
Although beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in the fourth round, Peltier and his teammates won themselves plenty of friends with their stirring performance at the Emirates.