The Celtic skipper has been discussing his time at Parkhead.
Scott Brown says the best decision he has ever made was signing for Celtic.
And the 30-year-old feels Gordon Strachan was the most important manager of his career for bringing him to Parkhead.
Indeed, the midfielder heaped praise on Neil Lennon for getting the best out of him - but he believes Strachan was the most important figure of his playing days so far simply for making the move to Celtic a reality.
The Bhoys face a crucial few weeks in their season as they look to assert their domestic dominance. More importantly, though, Celtic face two crunch clashes in the Europa League - during which many of the squad will no doubt look to Brown as their leader.
SB: The best decision I made was signing for Celtic. There have been ups and downs over the past 8 years but I have always loved it here.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 19, 2015
SB: Gordon Strachan was probably the most important manager for bringing me here to Celtic while Neil Lennon brought the best out of me.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 19, 2015
It's interesting to see where Ronny Deila ranks in Brown's list. Obviously, the 30-year-old has only spent just over a season under the Norwegian but a truthful assessment of the current Celtic boss would no doubt be of interest to many.
Deila's position will face more scrutiny if the Hoops fail to get out of the Europa League group stage but he is still delivering domestically right now.