The dragons of my world, like many historical dragon depictions, have their wings attached to the lowest part of the body, similarly to many planes. This is in contrast to all real winged animals, whose wings are close to the back
If you'll need details about my dragon, their torso is reptilian, mostly lizardly. They are quadrupeds, with normal legs for a reptile. Their wings are limb based, with a row of elongated bones along the posterior of the wing finger and ulna that support a webbing. Said wings are attached to reptilian shoulders that are low down on the body, close to the centre of the body. The tail is long and lizardly. The head is a mixture of reptilian and mammalian, with a long neck involving avian aspects alongside
Could this wing position realistically be used for powered flight in an animal?