Romelu Lukaku wants to volunteer himself in possible every way as he is prepared to be deployed in any position under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
With Marcus Rashford’s resurgence, the Manchester United no. 9 has lost his natural position with the United academy product being preferred by the interim manager since he took up the charge.
Lukaku’s game time became very limited but the Belgian forward has brought in a new dimension as he was asked to operate from the flanks and was pretty effective. Against Liverpool the former Everton striker adopted a right wing role and outmuscled the Reds defenders with his brilliant hold up play.
He also put up a number of delightful crosses and Chris Smalling almost had scored a blinder.
Lukaku said, “Left, right or up front, it doesn’t matter to me.
”Playing for this club is an honour and I just try to do my best in whichever position I play in. If it is on the right then I will try to create chances, which I did against Liverpool, and if it is up front then I will try to score goals.
“At the end of the day I just try and help my team-mates out and try to win matches.
“As long as the manager wants to use me I will do my best to help the team out. We have a number of injuries but we have to stay positive and have that positive mentality.
“We are Manchester United and we have to go and win wherever.”