MAROUANE Chamakh says he will play anywhere that boss Neil Warnock wants him to and hopes Palace can win at home against Stoke City next weekend for the fans.
The Moroccan was a frustrated figure on Tuesday against Aston Villa, mainly due to the decisions from man in the middle Michael Oliver.
At one point in the second half, the official had to call Mile Jedinak over to calm the 30-year-old down, too.
"When you are on the pitch, sometimes it's difficult to have an understanding with the referee," said Chamakh.
"I know sometimes when I play I am not normal because I have a lot of stress and I am maybe nervous, so sometimes I don't understand the referee's decisions.
"I hope next time we can win at home and for the fans. We need to win games at home against teams like Villa.
"Dwight (Gayle) wasn't 100 per cent. Maybe the plan was to see how he got on for 45 minutes this time, I am not sure. But we had to change it, and I like to play everywhere.
"If I have to play right-back, I will do. I will look to play anywhere the gaffer tells me to."
By Mark Ritson (Twitter @MR_LWMedia)