A centre forward by trade, the 27-year-old has featured in the Green-Whites' last four matches in all competitions - on the right-hand side of attack.
"It doesn't matter where I play," Johannsson told Germany's leading sports specialist publication kicker. "The important thing is that I play. I'd even play in goal, but I think [Jiri] Pavlenka has that covered at the moment."
Johannsson has been plagued by injury problems since joining Bremen from Dutch outfit Alkmaar in summer 2015, but is enjoying a new lease of life under current head coach Florian Kohfeldt.
"He's been to hell and back on the injury front, but he's always stayed positive," Kohfeldt said of Johannsson, who made his first Bundesliga start since September 2016 in Werder's 3-1 win over Wolfsburg last weekend. "He doesn't let anything get in the way of him playing his game."
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Although Johannsson is clearly held in high regard by Kohfeldt, the Alabama native is taking nothing for granted as he looks to nail down a regular starting berth.
"Competition is high," he admitted. "All the forwards are very versatile, it doesn't matter who plays. It makes it difficult for the coach, but everyone is performing to a high level right now. That's great for him and the whole team."