England and Exeter Chiefs speedster Jack Nowell has revealed he’s keen to try a new position one day as he continues to recover from his latest injury setback.
The England international winger has not featured much this season after going under the knife for a foot/toe injury which he played through the pain with as Exeter won the European and domestic double in October.
Speaking on The Good, The Bad and The Rugby, Nowell revealed: “I would like to change position one day as I get older.’
The winger, who has played a little bit at outside-centre, added: “Some wingers nowadays are so quick you know,.
“I’ll always back myself to do a job, but obviously the bigger and older you get I’d be really keen to give centre another good go.”
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