Rogic has been in great form this season.
Celtic played out a fanstastic 2-2 draw with Hearts on Sunday evening, when a late strike from Osman Sow saw the Edinburgh club take a point from the tie with the reigning champions.
Celtic had twice led the game, but Sow's 90th minute pile-driver bamboozled Craig Gordon, with the help of a tiny deflection off substitute Gary Mackay-Steven.
Celtic had took the lead through Nir Biton but it was another midfielder who looked to have won them the game.
Australian midfielder Tom Rogic scored a sumptuous left-footed finish from the edge of the box with 20 minutes left.
"He is a very good player. He came on in the League Cup at Tynecastle and he was the player for me that changed the game.
"Let's just rave about that finish. It is cultured, it is placed, it's guided. It's a side foot finish which shows you how cultured that left foot is from Rogic.
"I do believe he is a very good footballer."
Rogic's form this season has of course been a revelation. His battle with form and fitness since signing from Central Coast Mariners in 2013. He played just 15 times for Celtic prior to the current campaign - in which he has played 24 times and has scored six goals.
McCann is just one of many pundits who have been pleasantly surprised by the performances of Rogic this term.
If he can continue to perform in the way he has so far then his future looks bright at Celtic Park.