St Johnstone’s victory over Rangers was “no fluke”, insisted manager Tommy Wright.
The proud Perth boss watched his side defeat Graeme Murty’s men 3-1, with goals from Blair Alston, Denny Johnstone and Graham Cummins.
It was Saints’ first league win at Ibrox since 1971 and takes them back into the top six of the Premiership.
Wright said: “I don’t think you will see a better trio of goals in one game. They are all superb from our point of view.
“It was a good response from Wednesday night (a 3-0 defeat by Aberdeen).
“We talked about being brave on the ball and we had good periods of possession against a side on form so delighted would be an understatement.
“When you come here and score three goals it is no fluke.
“We passed the ball better and I always think if you pass the ball well you will get opportunities.”