And that’s because he feels he could make more of a difference there, enabling him to get on the ball more.
“If you end up on the left, you may create loads more things on your individual, giving that little bit more to the team,” he said on the time.
“Whereas when you’re playing up front, sometimes you might be isolated and wish someone in midfield who can find passes for 90 minutes of a game, so you may disappear in games sometimes as a number nine.
“Once I transitioned to a number nine after I was younger, that is the bit that I struggled with as I used to be all the time someone who wanted to specific myself on the ball.
“Once I began playing number nine, I realised that you simply don’t see the ball as often as you do in other positions, but while you do see the ball, it’s a possibility to attain goals.
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