Cape Town - Daley
Blind is confident about filling in at centre-back for Manchester
United and is prepared to play wherever the manager needs him.
Dutch international Blind played in central defence for the Red
Devils in their 2-0 victory over Burnley on Sunday after injuries ruled
out Marcus Rojo, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling.
With all three defenders out long-term, Blind, who can also operate
at left-back and in central defence, is comfortable to slot in anywhere
on the pitch.
Blind told MUTV: "I feel very confident about the position
[centre-back] myself. It was a very good performance from the team too, I
"I played there a lot of times last season and I feel confident in the position; I feel good and I feel comfortable.
"I'm happy to play there again and of course everybody knows me - I
play where the manager needs me, and I just want to play like anybody
"I'm just happy for the team that we put in a good performance against Burnley."
Meanwhile Ander Herrera has labelled United's derby clash against Manchester City on Thursday as a winner-takes-all fixture with only one point separating the two sides in the race for a top-four finish.