World Cup defender will play anywhere for Liverpool

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Danish centre-back Daniel Agger has insisted he will play anywhere Liverpool want him to – even in goal.

Agger has been used sparingly and as a left-back so far this season and has been introduced as a substitute for Paul Konchesky for the last couple of matches.

However, Agger has admitted he is willing to wait his turn as Liverpool’s poor start to the season has seen them slump into 16th position in the fledgling Premier League table.

Agger said: “I want to be in the team and that is the most important thing for me. If he put me as a goalie, it doesn’t matter. I just want to be in the team.

Despite Liverpool having a poor start to the campaign, Agger believes the Anfield club can take plenty of positives as new manager Roy Hodgson tries to rebuild after a disappointing seventh placed finish under Rafael Benitez.

“It has been a bit mixed in terms of results but there have been positives,” he said, adding: “When you have 10 men against Arsenal, whether it is at home or away, it’s always difficult.

“We want some more points but we have had some difficult games, like against Manchester City and United. There have been times when we haven’t played well and you admit to that.

“If you don’t play well, you lose. So far things have been okay but, as everyone knows, we need some more points. We are working hard every day.“

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