Adam Bogdan has told The Scottish Sun that he thinks Steven Gerrard has brought a greater focus to Scottish football since becoming Rangers manager.
Gerrard, 38, took his first steps into football management by agreeing to become Rangers manager in May, becoming the permanent successor to Pedro Caixinha following Graeme Murty's interim spell.
Gerrard will be going up against his former Liverpool boss in Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, and he will be charged with the task of giving Rangers their first Scottish Premiership title since returning to the top flight.
It's fair to say that Gerrard's arrival at Ibrox has brought huge fanfare, and now one of his former teammates has also made the move to Scotland, offering a comment on Gerrard in the process.
Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan signed for Hibernian on Tuesday, and told The Scottish Sun that he feels Gerrard has brought greater focus on Scottish football since his appointment.
Bogdan added that Gerrard is a 'brilliant' guy and is a deserved legend at Liverpool praising his humility and his aura having won the Champions League during his time with the Reds.
“I have the feeling, since Gerrard moved to Rangers, the focus is more on Scotland, for sure,” said Bogdan. “He came back to train with us when there was a season break in his time at LA Galaxy. He is a brilliant guy.”
“Gerrard is humble and he has this aura because he won the Champions League and his quality on the ball was unbelievable. He is a legend in Liverpool and rightly so. You would try and watch him in training and save his shots, and have a chat with him in the gym,” he added.