Incoming Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister has revealed he could see the hunger in Steven Gerrard's eyes when he spoke to the Liverpool legend about joining him at Ibrox.
Arfield could therefore come up against his former team in next year's competition as Rangers also qualified for the Europa League despite drawing 5-5 at Hibernian on the final day of the season.
Rangers are expected to add several new players this summer, with Arfield the first of many.
Scott Arfield believes that he can establish himself as a natural leader in the Rangers dressing room next season, after he completed his move to Ibrox on a four-year contract.
"When a club of this magnitude comes in for you it's a no-brainer".
"Steven Gerrard will definitely attract top players but I think Rangers already had that appeal because they are a top club. Leaving the Premier League wasn't as big a deal as it would be for other players".
"I'm excited to work with Gerrard".
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"Even before the manager walks in with his No.2, Rangers have that appeal".
It was fortunate enough to play against him.
When asked about his memories of facing Gerrard, he said: "Getting beat, getting overrun, and I remember coming off the pitch thinking I'm not as good as I first thought".
Despite playing for Canada, Arfield was born in Dechmont in Scotland and played for Scotland at youth level before switching his allegiance to the country of his father's birth.
'It is just an absolute dream, ' Arfield said.
"I have played with players who overstay, and the memories get tarnished".