Hull FC man Josh Griffin admits he is excited for 2018 and is happy to play wherever Lee Radford instructs him to.
The 25-year-old began last season playing at left centre but was dropped later on in the campaign in favour of Carlos Tuimavave due to a lack of form and persistent injuries.
The Samoan international is likely to keep his place there for 2018 and with Jake Connor playing well at right centre, Griffin may have to bide his time going into next season.
However, the ex-Salford man whose brothers Darrell and George also play in Super League, says he is happy to play anywhere in the 2018 season, as Hull aim to win their first ever Super League trophy and first top-flight success since 1983.
"Wherever I play I’ll give it my all. I’ve spoken to Radders about being in the mix for the wing spot as well as the back row," Griffin told the Hull Daily Mail.
"There is competition right across the park and most importantly I just want to be in the team. Even if I end up on the bench a couple of times like I did last season then so be it. I didn’t mind that role of being tasked with making an impact."