The young defender says it is where every Rangers player and team expects to be, and having hit the summit last weekend he is simply keen to keep the Light Blues there.
With the Gers boasting a vastly superior goal difference to closest challengers Elgin, a victory over Clyde on Sunday would likely achieve that goal.
It would also put to bed talk of a lack of away wins in the division, but that’s not something Perry is thinking about.
He said: “I don’t think the fact that it is away from home has any bearing on it, I think we’ll just go out and try to win the game.
“We don’t really think about the past. We got a good result last week and we’re looking to build on that this week.
“As a Rangers player and a Rangers team you are used to being at the top of the league and it’s where we feel comfortable.
“As players we love playing games and we look forward to them all. We had a good result on Saturday and the boys are desperate to get out on Sunday and keep the run going.
“I think as a professional footballer you need to prepare for every game the same way, regardless of the opposition.
“We will prepare for this game the same way we will for next Wednesday and the following Saturday so I don’t think it differs.
“We know that our away performances haven’t been good enough and we know that they need to improve and I’m sure that will happen quickly.”
Perry admits it has been difficult to pinpoint exactly why the Light Blues have struggled to match their home form when they hit the road.
He added: “I can’t put my finger on it and I don’t think there is one factor, we just haven’t got the results.
“It’s definitely not a case of treating the games differently or not trying, which is something I’ve heard people saying.
“I don’t think you can say we don’t care because we obviously do. We’re top of the league though and we’ll go in to the weekend trying to say there.
“So I can’t put my finger on it but it’s definitely something we are trying to rectify.”