New coach Paulo Sousa is convinced he is already reaping the benefits of his work on the training ground.
The Portuguese boss is reshaping the team into a diamond formation and it was effective enough to ensure all three points were gained against top of the table Wolves on Saturday.
Skipper Martin Rowlands hammered in a superb goal from 25 yards in the 63rd minute and although Wolves showed plenty of fight after that, they did not look like breaking a tough defence that also shut out the other promotion favourites Birmingham City and Reading.
Both Sylvain Ebanks-Blake and Chris Iwelumo, who have terrorised defences this season, were substituted as visiting boss Mick McCarthy tried to find a way back into the match.
A delighted Sousa said: "If you make the win with a good performance, you come to near perfection. Winning against a team that's top of the league is of course [makes me] more enthusiastic.
"They are getting better and better. How to defend, how to attack and the transitions in our play are becoming better. When you get results, it's easier because the players become more open and convinced that we are in the right way."
Rangers' next task is to carry their fine home form into away matches and they get an early chance tomorrow night (Tuesday) at Sheffield Wednesday.