Rangers got the better of Old Firm rivals Celtic in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
The Gers won the game 5-4 on penalties after it finished 2-2 in extra time, with the Glasgow giants booking a place in the final of the prestigious cup competition.
Judge was following the match, and he was impressed with the football played by Rangers against Celtic.
The 27-year-old Republic of Ireland international, who can play as a midfielder or as a winger, worked with Warburton at Brentford, and he is impressed with the Gers’ playing style under the Englishman.
Not surprised Rangers won to be honest the much better football team. Mark has got them playing some great football. Well deserved .— alan judge (@10judgey) April 17, 2016
Rangers have played very attacking football this season, and the Gers were genuinely brilliant against Celtic and deserved to win the Scottish Cup semi-final tie.
The Ibrox side are likely to persevere with the same style next season when they are in the Scottish Premiership.
However, victory over Celtic in a cup game does not mean that Rangers are ready to challenge the Bhoys for the league title.
The Gers need to make some good signings in the summer transfer window in order to provide the Hoops with a strong challenge next season.