DESPITE playing out his fifth clean sheet of the season Dominic Ball insists the only thing on his mind is getting better.

The Spurs loanee was part of a Rangers side that stormed to a 4-0 victory over Dumbarton in 41 second-half minutes.

Gers admitted that their first-half performance wasn’t up to scratch and Ball echoed those comments and personal improvement is top of his list of priorities.

The 20-year-old said: “As a whole team we thrive for clean sheets and a lot of goals and today we got that.

“I was quite pleased with my performance but there are still a lot of things I could have done better and that is the way I am, I like to look at some of my weaknesses and work on them in training.

“I will look at the game after this and I will try and improve but overall I thought everyone did excellently tonight.

“The first-half seemed to be a bit similar to a lot of the other games – you look at last Saturday’s game and it was the same sort of thing but this difference was this time we came out in the second-half and score four goals.

“We tire teams out and wear them down in the first half and that is when we get our goals.”

Martyn Waghorn scored a stunning second to bag his 19th of the season, Jason Holt had opened the scoring and Nathan Oduwa and Andy Halliday added the third and fourth.

Rangers now have a trip to Stark’s Park after pulling three points clear on Hibs on Tuesday evening; Ball didn’t feature when Gers beat Raith Rovers 5-0 at Ibrox in September but remembers them being a decent outfit.

The centre-half said: “Waggy does that every day in training and you can tell because he got the opportunity and finished it very well.

“I wasn’t playing when we played Raith earlier on in the season but I was watching and I thought they weren’t bad and they were second or third then so it was a big game.

“I thought they were alright that day but I think we will go there and win again on Saturday.

“I wouldn’t say we’ve had a sticky couple of weeks, results didn’t go our way but we just do what we do and that is what we’ve always done – we’ll keep doing that and hopefully we’ll get the results.

“Every individual in the team, the staff and the coaches want to get that gap as big as possible but we focus on ourselves and that is the main thing. We’ll keep winning and that is all that we can do.”

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