Northern Ireland skipper Steven Davis is closing in on his fourth league title with Rangers and, according to his former international team-mate David Healy, there is no reason why the midfielder can't keep being successful at Ibrox.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard would agree. Following Saturday's 1-0 home win over Kilmarnock, Gerrard lavished praise on the Ulsterman, declaring that such has been his influence, Davis must be in the running for the Player of the Year award in Scotland.
As the best British midfielder in the 21st century, the Liverpool legend knows all about delivering a masterclass in the middle of the park and he feels Davis produces that time after time in a blue shirt.
Even though Cullybackey's favourite son is 36, Gerrard wants him to stay in Glasgow and extend his current contract, which is due to finish at the end of May.
Healy, who, alongside Davis, won the title with Rangers in 2011, hopes that proves to be the case.
"Steven has been brilliant for Rangers this season," said Linfield boss Healy.
"He sets the tone for the team in midfield and they have been exceptional throughout the campaign.
"Steven Gerrard knows how important Davo is to his side so it is no surprise to me that he wants him to stay at Ibrox. I know the fans will feel the same way and so too will his team-mates because they will be aware how crucial he is.
"Some people might say that Davo will be turning 37 next season but he looks fit to me and has that experience and knowhow to control games, which is such a massive asset when you are playing for a club like Rangers.
"I believe Davo can maintain the levels that he has shown this season and continue to be a success at Ibrox."
Unbeaten Rangers have won 25 games out of 29 in the league this term. They are 18 points clear of Celtic in the title race and should win it at some stage next month, possibly at Parkhead, crushing Hoops dreams of a record breaking 10-in-a-row.
Davis, whose hero growing up was Rangers idol Paul Gascoigne, has been there and done that in 2009, 2010 and 2011, but a decade on from his last title triumph, the 2021 version will be that extra bit special.
Northern Ireland's record goalscorer Healy added: "For what Davo achieved in his first spell at Rangers, people already knew he was a quality player and I think they will appreciate him even more now. Bringing him back to the club was a masterstroke by Steven Gerrard. It's also great for Northern Ireland the form that Davo has shown because the World Cup qualifiers start soon."
While international boss Ian Baraclough will look their skipper to shine against Italy and Bulgaria in March, Gerrard will once again ask Davis to deliver this week when Rangers travel to face Antwerp in the Europa League on Thursday before another league game on Sunday versus Dundee United.
Davis revels in European competition as much as the domestic games.
In 2008 under Walter Smith, he was part of the Rangers team that reached the Uefa Cup final. That is unlikely this term, but it is evident the champions elect in Scotland are relishing facing their Belgian opponents.
"Europe has been enjoyable for us throughout my time here and we want to try and go and kick on in that," said Davis, who has made a record 124 appearances for Northern Ireland with the prospect of more to come.
"Obviously it's a difficult tie but one we are really looking forward to."
Speaking about Davis, Gerrard says: "He is vital to the team, a real big player for us, and his consistency levels have been outstanding.
"We are lucky to have him. He is really pushing himself in the running for Player of the Year for me without a shadow of a doubt."
On keeping the midfield maestro at Rangers, the manager added: "I hope when I sit down and have the one to one with him that he is still as enthusiastic to carry on beyond the end of the season because I still think he has loads to offer.
"When we get the right opportunity we will sit down, have a discussion and be respectful to what he wants and where he sees his career.
"If you look at him on a daily basis and the performances he has given, I see no signs that he is ready to call it a day. My advice to him would be play as long as you can because that is probably one small regret I have - that I did not play on a bit longer."