"Strength-wise he's fantastic, he's holding the ball up well and always makes a wee yard for himself. When I first played with Steven he was raw, just 17, and he's still only 20. But the next step is just as tough. - now would be too early.
"However, if he leaves it until he's 24 like I did, maybe it's too late. It's hard to tell exactly when the right time is. Sometimes you just have to take the chance when it comes.
"There's also the fact Hibs can't compete with the Old Firm and big clubs down south so it's hard to resist, not just from a personal point of view but the club's as well.
"If they're offered three or four million? It's a lot of money for them. I certainly have no regrets about going when I did. I was delighted with my time at Rangers.
"I didn't win anything but to be involved was brilliant, I don't regret going for a minute."