“But at the same time, if going long meets the press and we can pick up second balls, then we will do it.” Mark Warburton is still looking for more from his Rangers team despite their “deserved” 2-1 win over Aberdeen on Saturday.The Ibrox side bounced back from their 2-0 midweek defeat to Hearts during the week with a win over the Dons, securing their first points against top-four Scottish Premiership opposition this season.Kenny Miller and Lee Hodson grabbed the goals for the hosts, with Andrew Considine pulling one back for Aberdeen in the closing seconds.Rangers showed a different side to their game, picking up seven of the 11 bookings and hitting the ball long at times to overcome Aberdeen’s high pressing game, and they were fired up right to the end with Dons skipper Ryan Jack sent off just before his team scored following a lengthy spell of pushing which involved numerous players. Warburton, however, is still looking for improvement from his side.“I don’t think we controlled the football,” he said. “The stats will probably show we had 55 per cent of the ball or something. “But we did what we had to do, we battled and we stepped on. And they are a very good team, but I felt we deserved to win the game.“It’s another big game next week. We have to recognise that we can get better from that game because we didn’t control the football as much as we wanted to.