and reckons if you can't beat 'em - join 'em!
The midfielder has watched the Light Blues go from strengh-to-strength during his recovery from ankle ligament damage suffered in pre-season.
Hutton is now fit and available to manager Ally McCoist again and has been building up his match sharpness in bounce games.
He has so far played a half against Aberdeen and was also involved in a recent bounce game victory against Partick.
The role many will expect him to challenge for is the deeper-lying midfield position in the 4-1-3-2 shape McCoist has been using.
But with Ian Black currently occupying that role and having a great season so far, it will be difficult to dislodge him.
Instead, Hutton thinks one of the three spots in front of Black could be an option to him and he excelled on the right of a central trio during the summer.
The 22-year-old told rangers.co.uk: "Before I got injured, I was getting forward a lot more and I was really enjoying doing that. I was doing well at it.
"The gaffer was speaking to me about it and was telling me to keep it up. I'll play anywhere he wants me to play.
"If I can get back in, I'm sure I can adapt my game to wherever I'm put, whether that's at right midfield or in the centre."
He went on: "Everyone's more settled and everything is more organised. The new boys who have come in have gelled really quickly too.
"The whole side is looking a lot stronger and that's due to the depth the gaffer has added to it. Hopefully that can continue."