Rangers manager Philippe Clement tells TNT Sports: "I saw a lot of things I want to see. With and without ball, the team is growing every week.
"I want to see it for 90 minutes and we're not there yet. In the second half, our tempo dropped. In the end, we need to be very happy with the three points.
"You don't have the ball all the time, we want to be the dominant team. In the football I want to play, everyone has to work hard, even the strikers. I don't care who's scoring.
"Every game you need to look for little details. On the ball, find the space. It's a lot of work from a lot of people, the analysis, staff, everyone together.
"We talked about getting the synergy back with the fans because it was gone. Every meeting, I see people with a lot of attention.
"We're in a good way. It's now about getting stronger physically and confirmation that we don't become sloppy because we're too confident.
"To be competing in every competition and winning trophies, that's what this club wants."