After playing 90 minutes on the left side of midfield at Bury, the Argentine says that despite a shaky start, he grew into his unfamiliar role and that he is ready should the opportunity arise again.
“I’m going to be ready if he needs me to play there,” he said. “Even if the gaffer needs me as a central midfielder I’m going to do my best.
“As soon as I can help the team, even if I have to play in a new position, I’m going to try my best and help the team in every position. It’s no problem - I just have to work hard and do my best. If I play left wing, to go forward and help Jay (McEvleley) in defensive transition.
“I played left wing when I was 16 - that was 12 years ago. It’s not easy because sometimes I was, to be honest, a little bit lost. Sometimes too deep, sometimes out of position. First 10/15 minutes I was lost but then the gaffer and the team corrected me so after 20 minutes I was in a good position.”
Speaking to the media at Tuesday afternoon’s press call, the defender assessed his spell so far in Wiltshire and urged his Town team-mates to continue their recent good work.
“I’m very happy. I’m playing - I was looking to play games also the team is playing good. We lost against Colchester at home but we are winning games which is the main thing in football and at the moment we are in the top four so I am quite happy.
“We need to do a lot more work, obviously keep going and try to improve ourselves. We won on Saturday and we need to keep looking forward now.
“We have all week to prepare so we have to be focused and do the things as best as we can and get a result for sure.”