Rangers skipper Lee Wallace has explained to the club's official website that what has been most pleasing about their last two results is the fact that Mark Warburton's men have not abandoned their principles as they search for a winning goal.
Heading into stoppage-time in both of their last two fixtures, the Gers have been level with Dundee and Partick Thistle.
Rangers' Lee Wallace
However, on both occasions, the Light Blues have gone on to secure the three points with Harry Forrester scoring against Paul Hartley's side at Ibrox while Joe Dodoo bagged the decisive goal in their most recent game.
And Wallace suggested that their ability to keep playing good football despite the match situation was a huge positive that can be taken from the two fixtures.
Harry Forrester scored Rangers' winner against Dundee
"We are brave and we don't deviate from our principles when at that stage of the game it could be quite easy for Wes or a defender to punt the ball long, throw a centre-back up and try and run onto a flick on and score a goal that way," he told the club's official website.
"The most pleasing thing about the winners against Dundee and Partick Thistle was the fact we never deviated from our philosophy, we got on the ball, we were brave, we took up our positions and we moved the ball through the thirds and we got our rewards."
Joe Dodoo, pictured during his time with Leicester, scored both of Rangers' goal in the Partick win
In both games, Rangers would certainly be forgiven for changing style heading into the latter stages. The expectation that inevitably comes from playing at Ibrox made a win almost essential against Dundee, while they went into the final 10 minutes against Partick one goal down.
However, they showed a tremendous amount of composure on both occasions to come through the two games with six points. And that kind of return will arguably strike a psychological blow to opponents in future as they will know that the Gers can hurt them at any time.