Pedro Caixinha has urged his Rangers players to continue their winning start to the season against Hibernian. The Ibrox club opened their Premiership account with a win at Motherwell and followed that up with a 6-0 thumping of Dunfermline in the League Cup.
"It is always important to build on winning. They are believing in themselves as a team," Caixinha said ahead of Hibs' visit tomorrow.
"I am a guy who chases perfection, but when I get it I want more.
"It's just a good start. We want more. We want to keep progressing," he added.
Meanwhile, Mark Warburton says he has "enormous respect" for Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham, as Nottingham Forest edge closer to a seventh summer signing.
The Forest boss says the Championship club are now "very close" to making another addition.
Warburton hopes the latest deal will be completed before he returns to face former club Brentford in the Championship tomorrow - and he says an eighth new signing is also close to being finalised.
He would not confirm 26-year-old stopper Foderingham was among their targets - but the club are understood to have an interest in both Foderingham and Bournemouth keeper Adam Federici.