Date: 14th January 2007 at 10:25am
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Moritz Volz has expressed his concern over his varying role at Craven Cottage saying he does not want to be seen as a utility player.

Volz joined Fulham in January 2004 from Arsenal and has played in his favoured position of right-back only three times this season.

His latest role as a barnstorming midfielder has given him more opportunities to score goals, but Volz admits he would prefer a more consistent role in the Fulham squad.

‘It was a change for me this season,’ Volz told the Daily Telegraph. ‘I didn’t start at right-back which was obviously something I wasn’t happy about. I’ve only played there three times this season. It’s gone really well in central midfield so I’m just taking it step by step at the moment. I’m getting a nice run-out and the opportunity to score goals but I don’t really want to be seen as a utility player. There is that danger. With some good performances I want to put myself forward for the national team, which has been the target for a good few years now. I don’t think I’ll get there by playing in different positions all the time.’

 

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