The 30-year old is being heavily linked with the Third Division club and despite them being down the ranks in the Scottish Football League, he likens the possible shift to joining Manchester United if they were down in League One in England.
"Is the lower division aspect a deal-breaker? Of course not," he said.
"If Manchester United were playing in League One, would players turn them down? Probably not.
"Rangers are a massive club in Scotland and one of the biggest in Britain.
"You want to play at as high a level as possible, but even down south there are massive clubs in the lower reaches.
"You have clubs in the Championship and League One like Wolves, Birmingham and Sheffield United.
"They are all massive clubs - probably Premier League clubs. They are all trying to get back to where they want to be and Rangers are no different.
"They are a massive club trying to get back to the SPL. If everything pans out, they'll end up there. They are trying to get the club back to where they should be.
"I'm flattered Rangers are interested in me. They are a massive club with a lot of things going for them.
"I've left things with my agent and until I hear back from him I don't know where we're at. Meantime I'll concentrate on United and make sure that we finish in the top six and keep up standards."