Tottenham Hotspur loanee Dominic Ball has told Rangers' official website that he is enjoying working with Mark Warburton at Ibrox.
Ball has joined Rangers on loan for the remainder of the season, and he has broken into their starting line-up already.
The 20-year-old has played in the Light Blues' last three matches, and says the feedback he has received from Warburton on the back of those appearances is really helping him to develop.
“I wanted a run of games and I have got that, they have been three very tough games but we have won all three so I’m happy," Ball said.
“The manager speaks to all the players individually on a daily basis and he just says you need to keep doing this and improve on this – that is the feedback you need to improve."
Tottenham appear to have great faith in Warburton to develop their youngsters, and the two clubs are developing a strong relationship.
Ball is on loan at the Scottish Championship side alongside Nathan Oduwa, and both are being exposed to regular competitive action.
The pair have made a bright start to their time with the Gers, too, and they have helped their temporary club take a commanding lead in Scotland's second tier.
Rangers are already eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship table, and they have won all of their opening 11 league matches.