Bradford utility man Danny Addy is prepared to play in any position to help his team currently.
This season he has operated in the halves, and came off the bench at the weekend against St Helens to operate at prop.
“I find front row similar to loose forward, which is where I want to be playing, so I don’t mind it,” said the 23-year-old, speaking to the Bradford Telegraph and Argus.
“Like I’ve said before, I don’t mind where I play as long as I get some minutes under my belt. I think I’ve played in every position except wing and full back now.”
Addy is unstinting in his affection for the club at which he learned his rugby, but he remains unsure about his future.
The Bulls looked set for relegation this season, and he admits that he may be forced to leave to find top flight rugby. He will be giving his all for the club in the meantime, however.
“I love this club because I’ve been here since I was a kid and I enjoy it,” he said.
“I haven’t a clue where I will be next year because I haven’t spoken to anybody yet.
“I just want to concentrate on playing and doing my best for the team, then we’ll go from there.”