Ahead of today's Carling Cup final against Chelsea, Hutton told the Sunday Mail: "It has been a brilliant experience so far. I didn't know what to expect down here and it was like my first day at school all over again.
"But all the players have been great. It's a family-orientated club and on the pitch we like to play attacking football which suits me. I've managed to find a house so that will help me settle quickly.
"Robbie, in particular, has really helped. If there's anything I need to know I can speak to him. He's an approachable guy and that has helped me bed in. Robbie is a big Celtic fan though and has already tried to give me stick.
"The Premiership is a really high standard and easily one of the best leagues in the world. It doesn't matter whether you're playing a top team or one lower down - it's still good quality you're up against.
"I'm only going to improve by competing against that kind of opposition every week.
"That's the reason for leaving Rangers and coming here - to make myself a better player."