Bayern Munich's Canada international Alphonso Davies enjoyed a breakout first full season in Bavaria at left-back and, for now at least, the 19-year-old says he is more than happy to continue in the role.
Although he joined the record Bundesliga champions as a flying winger in January, 2019, Davies showed promise as a full-back in just his fifth appearance at the club; scoring his first Bayern goal against Mainz in March last year from the left side of defence.
Injuries to Lucas Hernandez and Niklas Süle saw Nico Kovac move Davies to left-back as early as Matchday 6 of 2019/20 as David Alaba shifted into the centre, and the Croatian's successor Hansi Flick continued the experiment to great effect.
"Right now, definitely left-back," he told 90min.com when asked where he sees himself playing next term. "I like the position, I like how everything is going well with my centre-back partners."
It's easy to see why when Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic described Davies as "an integral part of our team" and Flick hailed him as "outstanding".
"In addition to his speed, he works very well defensively. He also makes and scores goals himself," said the Bayern coach towards the end of the Bundesliga campaign. "He's definitely one of our key players at the moment."
The fastest player in the Bundesliga last season - and of all time - Davies always appears in a hurry and he has quickly stamped his name next to the best full-backs in the world.
Watch: All of Davies' goals and assists in 2019/20
When asked by 90min to list his current top-five, the Canadian named teammate Benjamin Pavard, Borussia Dortmund's former loanee Achraf Hakimi, Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold and Arsenal's Bukayo Saka.
As for a fifth?
"And me too!"