Rangers youngster John Fleck insists he will not let the hype surrounding him affect him.
Fleck has been tipped as the next big thing to come out of Scotland after catching the eye at Ibrox.
The 17-year-old has made several appearances in the Rangers' first team this season and it has been suggested he could even be promoted to the Scotland side in the near future.
Fleck is flattered by all the attention, but has vowed he will not let it go to his head as he wants to focus on improving as a player.
"In the past couple of years, there has been a lot written and said about me and there is even more now that I have moved in to the first team," Fleck told Rangers News.
"It is great that people are interested but I let a lot of it go over my head.
"I think the most important thing when you are my age is to keep your head down and just focus on trying to play football.
Improve"There can be a lot of things happening around you but I just want to do my best at Rangers and keep improving."
He added: "At times, I think people do expect a lot from me but that is something you have to get used to when you are at a club like Rangers.
"I have loved the experience of playing in the first team recently but there was a couple of games where I didn't play as well as I want to.
"That has been frustrating but I am still learning and I am sure the consistency will come with the more experience I get."