Rangers defender Lee Wallace has told the club’s official website that he and his teammates are going to continue to work hard.
Mark Warburton’s side have picked up 27 points from nine matches and are nine points clear of second-place Raith Rovers at the top of the league table.
Rangers are firm favourites to win the Scottish Championship title this season and gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
However, left-back Wallace has insisted that he and his teammates are not taking anything for granted.
“We are still learning, we are still evolving and we are still getting better,” the Rangers captain told the club’s official website.
“That’s the main message from us, we are going to keep working hard, training levels during the week will never drop, they will just get better. We will stay focussed, we will rest well and we will be as professional as we can.
“We will train as best as we can so that come any match day we are ready for it so that slowly but surely we can make our way back to where we should be playing our football.”
Rangers have scored as many as 31 goals in nine league games and have conceded only five.
The Glasgow outfit will take on Queen of the South at Ibrox in the Scottish Championship after the international break.
Rangers will then face Livingston in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup.