St Johnstone's Stevie May may only be 20 but his manager Tommy Wright can see that he has a mature attitude that could take him to the top. The young striker has made an excellent start to the season with four goals in nine game so far. He scored the winner against Rosenborg in the Europa League qualifiers and showed his abilities with a fine strike in the 2-1 defeat to Hibs last weekend. Wright was impressed with the Scotland Under-21 cap's goal but stressed he is far from the finished article.Speaking ahead of tomorrow's top flight game against Celtic, Wright said: "Stevie is still only 20. He scored a great goal at the weekend but there were little aspects of his game that we were not happy with. As a striker, I'd like him to look at Steven MacLean's link-up play to see where to improve. He maybe needs to do a little better with his heading too. But you expect that from a 20-year-old. He's not the complete player yet. He knows that and he knows he has to work on it. But it's an on-going process for him. He's a young player with great ability but there's a long way to go. But the good thing is that he realises all that and that he has to work hard. Down the years, I have seen similar type players who hit the ground running in their first season but then disappear from the game. But Stevie's got the character to knuckle down. He needs a slice of good luck along the way but hard work and ability can take you a long way."