Gers striker Daly bagged a second half hat-trick in the 4-0 win over SPFL League One rivals East Fife at New Bayview on Saturday.
The 30-year-old's three goals in Methil took his personal tally for the 2013/14 campaign to 11 and made him the top scorer in the third tier.
Incredibly, he has now netted eight goals in four league games as the Ibrox club have kept alive their hopes of a "Perfect Season". And the Irishman is determined for his run to continue against Stenhousemuir in the Challenge Cup semi-final at Ochilview tomorrow night. Ally McCoist's side can book a final place against Raith Rovers with a victory and Daly is keen to bang in the goals which help his side do exactly that.
He said: "We all want to get through to the final of the Ramsdens Cup and win it.
"It is a massive game tomorrow night. It will be a difficult game for us on what is a difficult surface, but we all want to win this one.
"Rangers have won bigger competitions before. But everyone in that changing room is desperate to get to that cup final and we will all go out and give it our all.
"The Ramsdens Cup presents us all with a chance to win a trophy and a medal. That is one of the main reasons why the players we have here came to the club."
Daly added: "I was lucky enough to get a hat-trick at the weekend. I am feeling confident that I can score whenever I go on to the pitch at the moment.
"I got great service from my team- mates against East Fife at the weekend. Hopefully that can continue and I can score against Stenhousemuir. I will try to get in the right place at the right time tomorrow night and try to put them away. I have had a good bit of success doing that recently.
"I scored over 20 goals one season when I was with Dundee United and I hope to do better than that if I can avoid injuries and keep myself in the team.
"There is a lot of competition for places in every position. I know I need to keep scoring in order to keep my place in the team."
The former Dundee United player captained the Tannadice club to the Scottish Cup back in 2010 when they beat Ross County 3-0 in the final.
He believes victory in the Ramsdens Cup Final would give everyone at Rangers a massive lift as they continue "The Journey" back up the leagues.
He said: "We want to win every competition that we enter here at Rangers and the Ramsdens Cup is no different. I know from experience that it would give everyone at the club a real lift to win a trophy."