He said: “We are a quarter of the way through the season, it is early days still for us so it is important that we retain focus and commitment. If we can do it, come the end of the season I think we will be in a good place. If we are complacent in any way, if we are poorly prepared in any way, if a training session is slack in any way, we will pay the price and get hurt, there is no doubt about that.”
Rangers currently sit top of the Scottish Championship table, with nine wins from nine games rewarding them with 27 points. They have scored 31 goals and conceded just five, and sit nine points ahead of second placed Raith.
This kind of dominance has already set them up for winning the league, and although they have stuttered in recent weeks, Warburton has built a side capable of overcoming such wobbles.
The Gers play an exciting brand of football, always looking to attack, and Warburton has managed to create a squad comprised of youth and experience, signing a number of players who have taken to Scottish football with ease.
After only missing out on promotion last season in the play-offs, Rangers were expected to once again challenge for the top flight this term, and so far, they look well on course to achieve their aim under Warburton.