Golding ready to step up for Rhinos
Leeds Rhinos youngster Ashton Golding says he would be happy to play in whatever position he is asked to for the club.
Golding was first choice full-back for the best part of two seasons at Headingley but lost his place to Jack Walker in the side and there has been talk that he may be allowed to move on.
However, the 22-year-old is just happy to wear the shirt and has promised to do his very best whenever he gets the nod.
He told the Yorkshire Post: "You have got to strip it back, at the end of the day I am a rugby league player, I am paid to play rugby league and if that means I have got to go to work on the wing one week and full-back the next, so be it.
"If one week I am required to go to hooker I'll do it, all for the badge on my chest.
"I am a big believer that no man's bigger than the team. I will get on with what I have to do, if the boss tells me to go to work on the wing I will give it 100 per cent."
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