Rangers' Lee McCulloch would not be surprised if Alan Hutton attracted the interest of Manchester United.
Hutton snubbed a move to Tottenham Hotspur on Friday after Gers had accepted a bid from the North London club.
McCulloch believes the 23-year-old full-back made the right decision by staying in Scotland, and is sure he will soon land himself a big-money move.
"He's staying at a club where there's a chance of winning things and it will be good for him to learn how to go out and win leagues," McCulloch said.
"If he keeps doing what he's doing he'll be at Man United for £12million come the end of the season.
"I think he needs to get his head down and focus on his game here and let everyone else do the talking.
"It's brilliant to see how far he's come on. Even in Scotland games now he's going in with no fear.
"He's been doing well at that level and even changing games for Scotland, never mind Rangers.
"It shows how far he's come and as long as he keeps going in the right way everything will be all right with him.
"When you think about it the only reason he had to go was the money. He's shown it isn't that important to him."