Sylvain got the nod to step into Bainsey's shoes last week at Manure. He didn't let anyone down and he is expected to play at left back again tomorrow against Fulham.
He has come back from the semi mistake with his head held high and played like the professional he is. He doesn't care where he plays for Everton as long as he plays.
Sylvain said: "Everybody is back at centre-half nowadays, there's good competition. There are three or four of us with (Shane) Duffy as well.
"The only problem is with left-back because Bainesy is still injured, but I'm sure there are one or two other players that can play there. We'll see. But even if the gaffer asks me to play goalkeeper, I will do it. I love football. I want to play no matter what - even as a striker, I will try.
"I knew last week would be a lot of running, it's a completely different position. I didn't expect to do as well as Bainesy, or go forward as much as him - that's kind of impossible with my legs!
"So the most important thing was to stop Valencia, who is an amazing player. He is fast, sharp, he can cross the ball. He can dribble past you, so you have to try and be simple in your passing and most important try to stop him. It was difficult at the end, but it was interesting. It was a good game and I think there was a lot to learn from it."
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