The Glasgow Rangers midfielder is currently on international duty with Scotland.
Rangers' Barrie McKay (R) in action with Livingston's Jackson Longridge
McKay enjoyed a fine campaign for Mark Warburton’s side, making 39 appearances in all competitions, scoring six goals.
His form did not go unnoticed as he was widely praised for his displays, while Gordon Strachan also handed him a call up to the Scotland squad.
Barry McKay celebrates with James Tavernier after scoring the second goal for Rangers
The 21-year-old is in that group among several experienced pros, as he is in the Rangers squad.
And he says he is looking to learn from those more experienced players during his time away with the international team.
“I can learn a lot from the experienced professionals, just as I can and have at Rangers with the likes of Kenny [Miller] and Lee [Wallace] being there,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“To be able to say you’ve even shared the same pitch as some of those players is great.”
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan
McKay will now be hoping to continue his run in the Rangers first team next season.
The clubs is set for a big campaign as they return to the Scottish Premiership and challenge Celtic for the title.
He will be keen to play a big part in that, as he did in the promotion winning campaign last year and the experience he gains from his time with the Scotland squad will stand him in good stead.
Rangers' Barrie McKay is fouled by Alloa's Kyle McAusland in the area resulting in a penalty to Rangers