The Reds legend admitted on Saturday that he no longer considers himself a one-club man, and that Rangers now holds a special place in his heart.
"I mean, when I grew up as a kid I thought it was one club for life," he told Sky Sports.
"I came up here with my eyes wide open to learn more about the club, I had a good idea from the outside but this has grabbed me, it's gripped me.
"It's a club like very few in the world. There's a lot of similarities with Liverpool.
"I'm happy here, I've got to make a lot of sacrifices family-wise, but I want more.
"This has given me a taste for more and I'm determined to build on it."