The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP -

EXETER’S Reuben Reid says he is will­ing to play in any po­si­tion for the Gre­cians, even if he prefers scor­ing goals to keep­ing them out.

The striker brought up ten goals for the sea­son with a dou­ble in his side’s 3-0 vic­tory over Chel­tenham in mid­week, lead­ing the line along­side David Wheeler, as op­posed to his more usual role of start­ing out wide and com­ing in­side.

Reid in­sists he will do what­ever it takes to help the Gre­cians in their bid for pro­mo­tion.

“I think it’s clear to see to ev­ery­one who knows foot­ball the kind of role I’ve played for the team,” he said.

“I’ve been the point man where my back’s to goal a lot of the time and I’m link­ing play and peo­ple are get­ting re­wards from it.

“It’s nice to mix it up but it’s not about in­di­vid­u­als here. I’ll play what­ever role I’m asked to – well, maybe not in goal – but any role that gets us those points, or close to where we want to be, which is get­ting out of this league. I’ll put a shift in, 100 per cent.”

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