Liverpool loanee Victor Moses believes he is more than capable of playing provider for Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge in a number 10 role at Anfield.
Brendan Rodgers has overseen a tactical change at the club over the past games as he has implemented a 3-5-2 formation, one seemingly tailor made to allow Brazilian starlet Coutinho to operate in a free role just behind the club's lethal strike partnership.
But with the former Inter Milan man out of action until the end of the month, Moses was given the opportunity to fill the role against Sunderland, performing admirably as Liverpool sealed a comfortable 3-1 victory over the Black Cats.
With Coutinho still side lined, the former Crystal Palace and Wigan star believes he is equally adept to play through the middle as he is out wide.
"I'm very comfortably in the No.10 role," Moses told Liverpool's official website. "I don't really mind where I play up front.
"I'm confident with wherever the manager wants to play me. So, for me, it's just about enjoying my football.
"The manager has said he wants me to go out there and enjoy my football, create and score goals."
Moses is likely to continue operating behind the partnership of Suarez and Sturridge when Liverpool host his former club Crystal Palace this weekend.
The duo immediately clicked into gear following the Uruguayan's Premier League return after his 10 match suspension as the England international set up his strike partner twice, and Moses feels the incredible link up between the two will only get better.
"We all know Suarez and Sturridge are both great strikers and probably two of the best strikers in the Premier League at the moment," Moses added.
"Suarez coming back is a big boost for us and linking up with Sturridge up front is really vital for us this season.
"I think they can both do as well as they want this season as a pair of strikers. Ther most important thing is that they score for us. I can see them both scoring more goals in every game because their link-up play is incredible."