The Gers returned to winning ways yesterday with a comprehensive victory over Morton.
The Gers were comprehensively beaten by St. Johnstone last Tuesday and questions had been raised over just how well this Rangers team stacks up against top flight opposition.
Warburton demanded a response and got it as a rampant Gers comfortably secured a 4-0 victory away at Morton to make it eight in a row in the Championship.
Despite his team’s impressive showing, the Rangers boss has still identified areas they can improve in over the coming weeks.
"It was a good performance but we have to look at it and say we can be more clinical,” said Warburton, in quotes published by the Daily Record.
"We were a bit loose defensively at times, but we learn from it again hopefully.
"For the first 25 minutes we were excellent. We set the tempo, moved the ball well, got a couple of goals and we were in good shape.
"It's about them working hard to be better, and if we can do that we can be a good team," he added.
Ever the perfectionist, Warburton’s ethos will ensure complacency doesn’t set in at Ibrox - even though a Championship title already appears to be a foregone conclusion.
The Gers are head and shoulders above their league rivals and will already have their attention turned towards strengthening in the next two transfer windows, to ensure last week's defeat to the Saints remains the exception to the rule.