The Rangers star wants to ensure the players continue to take their chances in front of goal.
The midfielder said: “We’re not being clinical enough which is being disappointing. That's three wins out of three but the manager hasn't been happy after any of them because we haven't scored as many as we should. But we're working on it. We're doing crossing and finishing exercises every day and I'm sure as the season goes on it will get better. It has to.”
Despite scoring so many goals and registering a 100% win ratio in the opening weeks of the campaign, manager Mark Warburton is still not happy with his team.
The latest result came over St Mirren on Friday night, when the Gers won 3-1 - although it should have been 3-2 were it not for a missed penalty.
Many would say that result is a good one for the Light Blues, but having registered 25 shots in the game - 10 of which were on target - to only net three times is a disappointment.
It was the same situation in the 3-0 win over Peterhead last weekend, when the three goals scored came from an incredibly high 27 shots, with 13 on target.
Prior to that, in the 6-2 win over Hibs, Rangers were showing the kind of goalscoring form that Warburton wants from his side. They registered just 10 shots, and netted from all six attempts that hit the target.
If the Gers can start to emulate this efficiency in front of goal, whilst continuing to register over 20 attempts per game, there is no doubting that the Light Blues will storm the Championship this season on their way back to the top flight.