The Gers have enjoyed a highly successful this season in Warburton’s first year in charge at Ibrox.
Not only have they secured their return to the Scottish Premiership, they have also won the Petrofac Cup and secured their place in Scottish Cup final with a win over rivals Celtic.
Many are now predicting them to carry that wave of optimism into next season and challenge for the title again and Ball says he knew from his first call it would be an exciting year.
“From the first call, I knew it was going to be something exciting to be a part of,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“I worked with Mark Warburton at Watford and you can just tell when someone is a really good manager. He proved that at Brentford, and getting the opportunity to come here to such a big club with such a good manager was perfect for me.”
It will now be interesting to see where Ball is playing his football next season as he heads back to parent club Tottenham Hotspur.
He has impressed at Rangers, but is unlikely to get into the Spurs squad next season and is likely to head back out on loan.
A return to Ibrox would make perfect sense, and it seems Mark Warburton is interested in making that happen, as reported by the Scottish Sun.