Wakefield pivot Peta Godinet is happy to play anywhere for the Wildcats, as long as he’s on the pitch.
Despite being signed at the start of the season as primarily a halfback, the Samoan international has attracted praise for his performances from hooker.
“I’m just happy to be out there,” Godinet, who is in the Samoa train-on squad for the Four Nations, told Trinity’s official website.
“James Webster [Wakefield coach] been asking me which position I prefer but I can’t really put my finger on it.
“I’d just rather be out there at 6, 9 or 7. With Timmy coming back to the club, that’s really helped my game out as well.
“He does more of the controlling part and it’s probably what Webbo wanted, for me to just play what’s in front and play off the back of what Tim Smith creates.”