Mark Warburton's men travel to face Falkirk on Friday, who are their nearest rivals at the top of the table currently.
Wes Foderingham has told Rangers' official website that if they can play the way they have done in recent weeks, they should have no problem beating Falkirk on Friday and extending their lead at the top of the Scottish Championship.
Peter Houston's men are currently the Light Blues' nearest challengers, but still find themselves 14 points adrift of the league leaders having played a game more.
However, the Bairns can take plenty of confidence from the fact that the last time that the Gers lost in any competition came on their most recent trip to Falkirk Stadium. Nevertheless, Foderingham has insisted that a lot of time has passed since their last meeting, and the team now have a confidence that they didn't have in the previous game.
"When we last played them there we were going through a bit of an iffy spell and we lost our way for a week or two, but since then we have done fantastically well," he told the club's official website.
"The confidence is high and I'm sure if we do our job and play our game we won't have too many problems."
Since the defeat in December, Mark Warburton's men have been in sensational form remaining unbeaten for 15 games in all competitions, and dropping points on just two occasions along the way.
That form has been a key reason why the Gers are closing in on automatic-promotion to the top flight, and while a win against their closest rivals will not see the title wrapped up, it will surely confirm that their return to the Scottish Premiership is inevitable.