Josh Satin is without a position but won’t become a forgotten man, Mets manager Terry Collins vowed yesterday.

With Ike Davis’ return from Triple-A Las Vegas to reclaim first base, the sizzling Satin was relegated to the bench last night, when the Mets opened a three-game series with a 12-5 win over the Brewers at Miller Park.

Collins’ next big challenge will be finding playing time for Satin, who entered yesterday batting .353 with one homer and seven RBIs in 18 games with the Mets, but didn’t get into the game.

“I just sat here today and looked at [Satin’s] numbers against left-handed pitching and they’re pretty stinking good, so we’ve got to get him in there,” Collins said, referring to Satin’s 10-for-24 (.417) against lefties.

Satin will likely play first base against lefty starters, but could also see action in the outfield or possibly third base if Collins decides to give David Wright a day off.