Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that new Tottenham Hotspur signing Son Heung-min could operate as a centre-forward for the club.
A £22m acquisition from Bayer Leverkusen, the South Korea international usually operated in an advanced midfield berth for the German outfit but the Spurs manager doesn't see this as the player's only position.
"At Hamburg Son played as a No.9, a striker," the Argentine coach told the London Evening Standard.
"When Leverkusen signed him he started to play wide or as a No.10, but he was a striker who then played wide at Leverkusen.
"We have enough players in offensive situations. I am happy with the squad and when you assess the four games we have played, we have created many chances and we deserve to have more points."