Hearts midfielder Scott Robinson believes he can create and score goals in his new advanced role.
Robinson was unleashed further up the park in Tuesday night's 3-1 Scottish Communities League Cup victory over Livingstone.
The 20-year-old told Hearts TV: "I enjoy getting more forward and getting in the box and creating chances for others.
"I'm looking to make more of an impact on the game.
"Hopefully I have done enough to impress the gaffer and I can keep the position and get into attacking positions and get some goals for the team."
Robinson has scored three goals for Hearts and was frustrated that he could not add to his tally in the third-round win, with former Hibernian goalkeeper Andrew McNeil in his way.
Robinson said: "I came off at half-time thinking 'what do I need to do to score?'
"The keeper had a great save from my header and I had a left-footed shot that he made a good save from, although I could have done a bit better too.
"I had another couple of half-chances in the second half.
"I'm sure if I keep getting in the right positions, it will come."