On-loan Rangers midfielder Sean Goss has told The Glasgow Evening Times he believes that Steven Gerrard's appointment will "definitely" make Ibrox a more attractive destination for transfer targets this summer.
Rangers hired Gerrard on a four-year deal after Graeme Murty stepped down as manager last week.
Given his lack of experience in managing a senior team, the Gers' decision to hire the 37-year-old - who was coaching Liverpool's youth teams as recently as last month - has raised eyebrows in Scotland.
But Goss, who joined on loan from QPR in January, says that the presence of such a high-profile and legendary figure in Glasgow should certainly help Rangers' recruitment drive in the coming months.
“The prospect of Steven Gerrard being here is massive. He was an amazing player and someone I looked up to," he told The Glasgow Evening Times.
“Everyone is going to be interested in playing for him. I think playing under him would excite anyone. His experiences can only help us. But, I will think about that when the times comes.
“I definitely think there will be plenty of interest from players down south .All you have to do is look at his career. He will be able to back that up with his experiences and help the players on the park week in, week out."
Not only did Goss - who, like Gerrard, is a central midfielder - admit that the Liverpool icon is a big role model for him, but the 22-year-old suggested that he would be excited to play under him.
The former Manchester United youth is expected to return to his parent club in the coming weeks upon the expiration of his loan, but it certainly seems as if Goss would be willing to stay and play a role in Gerrard's revolution at Ibrox.
Question is, will Gerrard sign him up on a permanent basis? Time will tell.