The Gers continued their 100% start to the season on Saturday, but not everyone was satisfied.
A 3-0 victory over Livingston on Saturday was the latest Rangers triumph, and the win took them five points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship with six wins from six.
Despite their 100% start, Warburton still sees plenty of room for improvement and outlined what the squad will be working on in training this week, in an interview with the club's official site.
“The areas of the park that we work in,” said the former Brentford boss.
“The higher up the pitch we are the better, the nearer we are to their goal. We work it into their final third and if we drop too deep for the ball we aren't as effective.”
“It's taking care, being professional and looking after the football, trying to dominate possession and hurt them in key areas.”
The Livingston win was functional and efficient but failed to produce the type of football the Ibrox crowd have already become accustomed to this season, and Warburton will be striving to put that right in the coming days.
“3-0 at home is a tremendous result, six out of six in the league so far is a great performance from the players, but they know themselves that we must always strive for higher standards,” he added.
Warburton’s tenure has been characterised by his unwavering commitment to maintaining high standards and Rangers fans will be confident they have the right man at the helm to usher in a successful future.