VIDEO: Todd Jordan: I'm not Gareth Bale, but I'll do a job for Lincoln City
Lincoln City midfielder Todd Jordan has said he is more than happy to carry on doing a job for Imps boss Gary Simpson on the left-hand side of midfield.
The towering midfielder has been employed on the flank in recent matches against Luton Town and Hereford.
And while Jordan admits he is not going to be racing past the opposition’s right-back, he is determined to do his bit for the team, whatever the position.
“I’m not going to be a tricky winger, I don’t think I’m going to be like Gareth,” said Jordan.
“There is a reason I’m out there. Maybe to give a bit of balance to the team, maybe to bring something a normal winger won’t bring to that position and I will always do my best out there.
“More central is more my position. If the gaffer wants me to play on the left, I will play on the left. If he wants me to play left-back, I will play there, if he wants me to go in goal, I will do. You haven’t seen me in the net, though, I’m definitely not a keeper.”
While Jordan has been employed on the left of midfield, he admitted that he is happier in the centre.
However, he also accepted there is a huge amount of talent in those positions at Lincoln.
“I’m obviously a big lad. I can win headers and I can put myself about, but I like to think I can play a bit. I think if you are over six foot you get tarnished a bit,” said Jordan.
“I think I can play a bit, no matter what the pitches are like. It’s all about the competition in the middle, especially players like Alan Power, he’s a very good player. I will get my chance. I’m just happy to play.”
VIDEO: Todd Jordan looks ahead to playing Hyde this Saturday at Sincil Bank