"It's a huge step for any player to make. But for a boy of 21 who has only just turned full-time to take it says a lot about his ambition and desire to play at the highest level," said the former Dunfermline manager.
"The potential is there for him to be a top-class player who can excite the fans.
"We've had scouts here from all sorts of clubs in the Premiership and genuine interest from Wigan, Derby, Ipswich and Swansea."
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