Rangers midfielder Steven Davis is keen to ensure last week's victory at Hearts is the start of another impressive winning run.
The SPL champions were denied a 10th successive win earlier this month after being held at home by St Mirren, but responded with a 2-0 triumph at Hearts.
Ally McCoist's side head to Aberdeen on Saturday and stand-in captain Davis wants to prove the result against St Mirren was merely a blip.
"We have been delighted with the start to the season and it's just about continuing that," said Davis.
"That's the pleasing thing, even when we haven't played to our capabilities we've still managed to come up with the right results, bar the St Mirren game.
"That was a below-par performance but we've carried on from there and got the Hearts result, which was massive for us.
"We've got to go on another run now and get a few more wins."
Rangers have won their last 13 SPL games on the road and have conceded just one goal during that spell - against Kilmarnock, when they clinched the title with a 5-1 win on the final day of last season.
Davis added: "We are building from the back and if you keep a clean sheet you've got every chance of winning the game.
"We're always going to create chances and we've managed to take them.
"We are defending as a unit from back to front and it's been great, a real team effort."
Meanwhile, manager McCoist hopes Lee McCulloch manages to stay injury-free after starting the last two games against Liverpool and Hearts following his recovery from a knee problem.
He told Blues News: "He did really well and I thought he did particularly well last Tuesday night against Liverpool as well.
"The one thing that you have to do at a place like Tynecastle is match the physical element Hearts bring to the team because they are a very strong side.
"Lee did very well, he was strong. He's had one or two wee niggles with injury but hopefully that's him over them now and he can get more games under his belt."