ANDRE WISDOM impressed when he deputised at right-back for Liverpool during the 2012/13 campaign.
But the 23-year-old says he’s not cut out to play there in future.
Since that breakthrough spell under Brendan Rodgers, Wisdom has spent the past three seasons on loan with Derby, West Brom and Norwich respectively.
And there was no room for him in Jurgen Klopp’s squad this summer either – with a temporary switch to Red Bull Salzburg arranged in August.
Now he’s given a hint as to the role he’d like to take up in Oscar Garcia’s side once he returns from the hamstring injury which has restricted him to just two appearances in Austria.
And his admission may give Klopp food for thought when Wisdom returns to Anfield next year.
“I can sit in at right-back, but these days right-backs are more wingers that can defend a bit,” he told The Set Pieces.
“I’m happy to play anywhere but I see myself as a centre-back because I don’t have the attacking mindset of a full-back in the modern game.
“I always try to do my best no matter where I play – to run and work hard and put myself about as much as possible.”