Lasse Vibe believes he can step up to the plate as Brentford's lone striker during Marco Djuricin's absence through injury.
The Austrian was ruled out for the rest of the year after suffering ankle ligament damage at Blackburn.
He said: “I think I'm suited for playing as a striker, whether it's a lone striker, number 10 or in a two. I think that's where my skills are.
“I can stay central in the pitch and not get isolated on the wing. I hope I can play up front as I think that's where the team will get the most out of me. I will play anywhere they want me.
“When I was in Gothenburg, we tended to play with one striker in Europe away from home. I've done it a few times.
“Most people would say you need a stronger player and hold the ball, but with the way we play you need to stretch the pitch to open the gaps and get the players like Swifty, Judgey and players who can play between the lines. I think we need someone to run in behind.”
Vibe has been adjusting to the physicality of the English game and Brentford head coach Carsley noted his improvement during training yesterday.
He explained: “The focus for me has changed a bit. It's about adapting your game but not being a player you're not.
“I'm not going to be a strong big player winning tackles but I need to get that to a decent level as it's not my strength. I've been working on it and I've felt that it's getting better but there's more to come.”