Geoff Cameron says his aim is to secure a starting spot in the Stoke side, regardless of the position he is asked to play in.
The USA international has played in a variety of roles for the Potters since his switch to the Britannia Stadium, having featured at right-back, centre-half and in midfield.
Cameron’s versatility has perhaps worked against him on occasion but he says his top target is to ensure he is a regular in the first 11, rather than in any one position.
The 30-year-old is currently competing in the Copa America Centario and his focus is on his international commitments at present but he expects Potters boss Mark Hughes to strengthen Stoke during the summer and increase the competition for a starting role.
“The main thing for me is to get a shirt. As long as I’m playing I’m happy so we’ll see,” he told reporters.
“I imagine Mark Hughes will be looking to strengthen the group. It’s one of those normal things but a lot of my focus at the moment is on the national team.”