RICHARD Chaplow insists he happy to play as a winger for Millwall this season.
Lions boss Steve Lomas has used Chaplow on both the left and right side of his midfield in the opening month of the campaign.
The 28-year-old was moved into a more central position against Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest, but says he also feels at home on the flanks.
Chaplow said: "I enjoy it out there. A lot of people look at me and see a central midfielder, but when I got promoted to the Premier League with Southampton I played every single game wide-right.
"It's not new to me and is something I thoroughly enjoyed doing at Southampton, albeit in a slightly different role; it wasn't quite as wide as the manager has asked me to play in the last three games.
"I am confortable there. It was slightly more fluid at Southampton because the full-backs were a little bit more attacking and we got promoted that season, so we were obviously a very good team. It was quite easy playing in that team.
"That role for me isn't a new one and I know people wonder what I'm doing out there, but I've played 35 games in a promotion season in that position before."