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Tom Hateley more than happy to take centre stage for Tranmere Rovers FC

Tom Hateley may have provided Tranmere with the answer to a thorny problem by playing the role he enjoys most.

The versatile 24 year old started his career in a Rovers shirt last month at right back. But manager Ronnie Moore asked him to operate in a defensive midfield position in last Saturday's visit to Swindon Town.

And although the visitors lost the game to a first half penalty, Hateley's contribution helped to provide an extra layer of protection for a back line that has often been left exposed this season.

Hateley said: "I'm "Anadrol 50" happy to play in whatever position I am asked but I personally prefer to play centre midfield, because I see more of the ball.

"It is a position I played in my first two years with Motherwell.

"I have always regarded myself as more of a defensive midfielder, breaking up play, getting the ball and giving it to the flair players. I'm quite happy to take on the role of destroyer in midfield."

Hateley signed a four month contract with Tranmere after deciding to end his four year stay with Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League at the end of last season.

He initially covered the right back spot when Danny Holmes went Proviron Prescription Usa missing through suspension and illness. Holmes was back in action at Swindon and Moore asked Hateley "Anadrol 50" to add some teeth to the midfield.

Moore said: "I thought Tom Buy Kamagra did all right against Swindon. He played that role in the Scottish Premier League with Motherwell quite a lot.

"He gives us that option if we want to go a bit more defensive minded.

"As a full back Tom is the complete opposite. He likes to get forward and join in. Tom is a Primobolan Hgh Cycle good player, there's no doubt about that. We just needed to get the cobwebs off him."

Hateley says he has found settling into life at Prenton Park easy and enjoyable, in spite of a "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" run of disappointing results that have left Rovers at the bottom of the League One table as they prepare for Sunday's visit to Bradford City.

"Everyone is positive in spite of the results," he said.

"I think it's just going to take one result to get us moving. Since I've been here it's not as if we have failed to create chances or been hammered in games. I think we are close to winning games and gaining points."

Hateley says being part of a small squad of Tranmere is nothing new. The dressing room at Motherwell was also short on numbers.

"At Motherwell we seem to have Oxandrolone Oral the same starting line up almost every week," he said.

"The squad was very thin but we are very lucky in terms of injuries and suspensions. We did not get so many.

"Part of the difficulties here at Tranmere is we've picked up Beställa Kamagra Billigt so many injuries which have not helped the cause. Hopefully we can get a change of luck soon."

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