“But for more it’s very important to have that flexibility on the pitch and to be creative, that’s something I like. I think I can play many positions.
“Of course, for me my best position is as a No.10, but of course I can play on the right side or as a striker as well. To be honest I’m happy to stay on the pitch. I think I’m flexible.”
Meanwhile, former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf insists the Liverpool clash is a huge early test of Chelsea’s title credentials.
And the Frenchman says Havertz should not play if he is not fully fit.