It’s one game at a time for manager
other results as long we add three points. Focus on the details, the process and concentrate on the next match.
“We cannot live without the supporters and we need to deliver the same passion, but we need to be rational.
“Rational is believing in our process and the hard work and also where we need to improve.
“Only then can you have some consistency and being consistent on the process means we can be consistent on the results.”
After a mixed start to the season, Rangers have taken six points from their last two matches against Ross County and Dundee, but the Portuguese will continue to take each match as it comes.
He said: “By the end, we will make the count. If the count allows us to celebrate we will celebrate, and we will celebrate hard. But for now I will concentrate on the match by match situation.”
A win by four goals over the Jags would be enough to take Rangers above St Johnstone, Aberdeen and Celtic ahead of their respective fixtures on Saturday.
And Caixinha is confident there is still plenty more to come from the Gers.
He said: “Where can we improve? That’s for an internal discussion with the players and where we used the training and sessions to work in the direction.
“We have our identity, which needs to be 80 per cent the training sessions and the knowledge of our opponent.
“Each opponent gives different perspectives and that’s the other 20 per cent of the sessions. That’s the process.”
Caixinha has also urged his men to retain their hunger as they seek to close the quality gap that still separates them from Celtic.
“The players aren’t satisfied when they win a game 4-1,” he said, referring to their victory over Dundee at the weekend. “I wasn’t happy and that’s the mentality we need to spread.
“Yeah we won 4-1. Okay it was a good result, a good performance in some moments but we need to improve in others. That’s the reality we need to face and always be thinking we can grow as a team.”