What is Michael’s role on the coaching staff at Rangers? Does he want to become a manager in his own right?
“I feel, under Steven, like I’m a head coach because he gives the staff so much, we all coach the team.
“So I don’t feel the need or the urge to rush off and be a manager.
“I have lots of aims, one is to be a manager in the UK but ultimately be a manager overseas because that is my dream.
“I feel like I am only about five percent into my career, I feel it has only really started in the last two of three years.
“One hundred percent I want to be a manager one day but I have a very unique idea of where I want to be a manager.
“I don’t just want to be a manager in the Football League, I want to be a manager within Europe and in different countries.”