After scrapping the idea of shifting Curtis Granderson to left field when he fractured his right forearm in February, the move is back on the table.

Joe Girardi didn’t guarantee Granderson would return to his former position when he recovers from his injury.

“We’ll decide that as time goes on,” Girardi said yesterday.

Brett Gardner has performed well in center in Granderson’s absence and now Granderson is taking fly balls at all three outfield spots during his rehab stint in Tampa.

“We might toy around with some other things,” Girardi said. “Left, right, other things. He’s getting reps everywhere right now.”

The Yankees were initially uncomfortable with the idea of moving Granderson without the benefit of spring training, but that attitude has clearly shifted. The manager insisted he’s not worried about how Granderson would play with Gardner.

“That’s not my concern,” Girardi said. “My concern is how [Granderson] reacts in all the different spots.”

Gardner hasn’t had any discussions with the team about where he’ll play when Granderson is back in the lineup.

“I’m not really thinking about that,” Gardner said. “I like center field. I’d rather play center field, but it’s not up to me and I realize that.”

Instead, he’s focused on simply keeping his spot in the lineup.

“Vernon [Wells] and Ichiro [Suzuki] have been swinging the bat great and with Granderson, we’ll have a lot of quality guys out there,” Gardner said. “So I just want to stay out there.”