Kai Havertz scored as Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 4-1 on Saturday at Selhurst Park, before setting up Christian Pulisic moments later for Chelsea’s second.
According to the German international, the false nine position is good for him because it gives him freedom.
“Yeah, I like it (the false nine role),” Havertz said.
“I think it’s a good position for me. I have the freedom to go everywhere I want to go and yeah, of course, I hope I can continue like that.
“Of course, in my position, you always want to score. In the last few months, it was not easy and I didn’t have many chances. Today, I got some chances, I think I can score one or two more but of course I’m happy and we’re happy with the result.”