Rangers are still savouring the win over Celtic.
Rangers put everything into their victory over Celtic at the end of December before heading off on mid-season training camp.
It has allowed time for rest, and reflection, and allowed time for Rangers' players', staff and fans to savour the important victory.
Rangers' goal at Ibrox in the 1-0 win was scored by midfielder Ryan Jack.
It was Jack's first goal of the season, and could not have been better timed.
Rangers assistant coach Gary McAllister joked that after scoring, the 26-year-old had no idea what to do.
McAllister told Rangers' official website: "I just thought we got the mix right and for Ryan to get forward, and he’s not somebody you associate with goals, but for him to get forward and get a goal from inside the box, that’s a big plus for a midfield player.
"What you could see is that he is not used to scoring many goals because he didn’t know where to run! But he certainly enjoyed it."
Rangers held out to get the win and will only be disappointed they did not make it more comfortable for themselves.
A defeat would have been a killer blow for Rangers' title chances but now they are level on points with Celtic, even if Brendan Rodgers' side have a game in hand.