Long touted as a high-class central defender, at times Jones has been doing anything but occupying his favourite position.
None of his seven England caps have come in that preferred role, and Sir Alex Ferguson liked to use the former Blackburn man as a defensive screen in front of his back four.
Privately, Moyes has voiced his belief Jones will eventually slot into central defence and that was where the 21-year-old figured in yesterday's 3-2 defeat to Yokohama F Marinos.
Yet Jones knows he could be moved about again once the important games start next month.
"I have said from day one I see myself as a centre-back," he said. "But if I am asked to play in midfield or at right-back I am happy to do so. As long as I am in the team, it doesn't matter whether I am in goal.
"Of course, towards the middle and end of my career I will want to start cementing a place in a certain position but at the moment I am happy."