Wes Foderingham is not giving Ladbrokes Championship rivals Hibernian a thought as he prepares to keep Rangers at the top of the table.

Mark Warburton's side moved three points clear of the second-place Easter Road side with a 4-0 home win over Dumbarton at Ibrox on Tuesday night, following a 4-0 home win over St Mirren at the weekend which took them into the Petrofac Training Cup final and matches come thick and fast for the Light Blues.

Following the trip to play Raith Rovers in Kirkcaldy on Saturday, Rangers face Morton at home and Falkirk away before hosting Hibs on December 28, a match which is keenly-awaited.

However, the Light Blues keeper if focusing only on Starks Park.

He said: "We don't concentrate on Hibs. They are a good side and have done fantastically well so far and they are three points behind us.

"But we concentrate on ourselves. There's a big game coming up against them (Hibs) but there are a couple of games before that so we'll concentrate on those games and try to get the wins.

"All we can do is keep winning game of football. We had a good win in the cup, a good 4-0 win in the league the other night so we'll continue to rack up the points and try to get as many wins as we can. Hopefully we'll stay top of the table."

Foderingham, 24, signed on a three-year deal in the summer after leaving Swindon, revealed that Warburton spoke to the players at training on Thursday to pour cold water on speculation that Fulham want him as boss.

"It was good for him to say that", said Foderingham.

However, the Londoner is hoping that the former Brentford boss does not have cause again to have a go at the Gers players as he did during the interval against Dumbarton after a goalless first-half.

Foderingham admits it was a reminder that standards should remain high. He said: "Yeah, he's not usually like that but the performance wasn't up to standard and he was right to have a pop.

"I think that showed with the reaction in the second half and going on to win the game 4-0.

"You can never get comfortable. He made us aware that we need to step up and that's what we did in the second half.

"We'll take great confidence from the past two games and we'll go to Raith and try to get the three points."