LIAM Goulding says he feels “settled” at Warrington Town and that constantly changing positions does not bother him.

The 21-year-old defender has been an impressive performer for Yellows since joining in the summer, but his versatility has seen him cover plenty of positions.

As well as his natural position of centre-half, Goulding has featured at right-back and in a defensive midfield role over the course of the campaign but he says he is always happy to help out where required.

After taking in spells at the likes of Accrington Stanley, Witton Albion, Marine and Wealdstone in his young career, Goulding says he feels like he has found a home at Cantilever Park.

“I’m enjoying it, it’s been going really well I’d say,” he said.

“It’s good to play alongside lads who’ve had a lot of experience at a higher level. It’s helped me develop my game.

“Having them around you is good during games. You can pick up a few little things as you go.

“I’m just happy to be out on the field and playing. Whichever position it is, I really don’t mind.

“All I really want to do is help the team out as best I can.

“It’s nice to be somewhere that I’m playing every week. Every player wants to settle at a club and be playing and I feel like I’m settled at Warrington.”

Yellows now face a tortuous run of four games in the space of nine days over Christmas, starting with Saturday’s home game against Coalville Town.

Their schedule also sees them travel to Witton Albion on Boxing Day and Matlock Town on December 30 before hosting Marine on New Year’s Day.

However, the ball-playing defender believes fitness will not be an issue for Paul Carden’s side and has called on his teammates to “show their quality” in the festive fixtures.

“We’ve given ourselves a great chance going into the second half of the season,” he said.

“The Christmas period will be tough. We’ve got some very tough games against some good sides.

“As a non-league player it’s tough, especially as you have to go back to work in between games.

“We’ve got a lot of dedicated lads who are professional and look after themselves outside of football. Fitness shouldn’t be an issue.

“The local teams who will want to get one up on us, but we’ve got to stand up and show our quality.”

“If we can come through that well, we’ll be in a very good position come January.”