A double from Lee McCulloch and Andy Little’s eighth strike of the season gave the Light Blues an impressive 3-0 victory against Falkirk in front of 26,540 fans at Ibrox.
The manager could not his disappointment after the 90 minutes against the Borderers last weekend but was pleased with the way his players bounced back.
He said: “I was really, really low on Sunday, the lack of energy and our passing was poor, it wasn’t good enough.
“The performance today, although not brilliant, was a hundred times better.
“Some of the passing was excellent but the most pleasing aspect was, when we didn’t have the ball, how we went about getting it back.
“I thought we got it back very quickly.”
Ally praised man of the match McCulloch and in-form Little for their contributions after the final whistle.
He said: “Lee’s second goal was a great finish because it looked a lot easier than it actually was.
“But I thought the big fella did very well for us tonight.
“Lee’s a good footballer and that’s why he can play in defence, in midfield or up front.
“You can only do that if you’ve got a good level of game knowledge.
“As for Andy he’s also doing well.
“Give Andy the ball in front of him at the moment, when he doesn’t have to think about it, and he’s not a bad finisher to be fair to him!
“But all joking aside that’s great goalscoring by any standards and I’ve said for the last couple of weeks that Andy will always get goals no matter where he plays.
“I know he still believes he is comfier playing through the middle and I think that might be the case eventually.
“But I still think he’s a little bit better coming from deep, not necessarily in the middle of the park but maybe ten to 15 yards off a centre forward.
“He’s got enough pace to make darting runs through and that’s a real strength for us right now.”