Law has been delighted to see Daly get in on the goals in recent weeks after watching his team-mate struggle to net earlier in the season.
The 30-year-old, a summer capture from Dundee United, went three competitive games without hitting the target at the start of the campaign.
That barren run included an SPFL League One game against Brechin City at Ibrox where the forward missed a glut of gilt-edged chances. However, since netting a double in an emphatic 6-0 win over Airdrie at the Excelsior Stadium back in August, the Irishman has not looked back.
The 6ft 3in hitman banged in another two goals in the 3-0 victory over the Diamonds in the third round of the Scottish Cup at Ibrox on Friday night. That brace took Daly's personal tally for this term to 14 in all competitions and put him comfortably in front in the third tier scoring charts.
Midfielder Law has been impressed with the prolific marksman's strike-rate - and the work ethic he displays every day in training.
"Jon is in great form," he said. "He has scored seven goals in four games now. I am delighted for him. We are all delighted for him.
"Jon is a great professional. He trains hard every day irrespective of how things are going for him on the park and how many goals he is scoring.
"He is getting the rewards for all his hard work now. Earlier in the season we all felt he was playing well and maybe not getting the goals that his play deserved.
"So it is nice to see him now getting the goals that match his all-round play which has been brilliant all season. His application in training has not changed at all.
"Hopefully he can continue to score as many as he has been - starting with the league game against Dunfermline on Wednesday."
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has been hugely complimentary about his signing's recent performances. McCoist has been happy to see the Dublin-born player netting a variety of goals as his side has surged clear in the league.
The double that Daly scored in the Scottish Cup win over league rivals Airdrie last week took his personal haul in the last six games to 11.
It helped keep the Govan club on course for an unprecedented domestic treble - the League One title, the Ramsdens Cup and the Scottish Cup. The gaffer also appreciates the positive influence the vastly experienced player has on the younger members of the first team squad, too.
Law said: "Jon is always very helpful with the young lads in the Rangers squad. He is also keen to pass on advice and offer encouragement to his team-mates.
"We have a classic blend of younger and more experienced players in the squad here and it is definitely a big help to us to have Jon there to turn to if we need help."
Law, who has established himself in central midfield since joining from Motherwell in the close season, feels the presence of Daly is important to how Rangers play.
McCoist's side has produced a far more attractive brand of attacking football at times this season than they did during their spell in the Third Division. But, on occasion - like in the Ramsdens Cup semi-final against Stenhousemuir at Ochilview last week - they have needed to revert to a more direct game plan.
Law feels that having Daly leading the line allows the Gers to revert to Route One football when circumstances demand they go all- out to get a result.
"Jon is a good out-ball for us," he said. "Not necessarily for me where I play, alongside Ian Black in the centre of midfield, but for the defence and the full-backs.
"We like to try and play football at Rangers, but in some games, particularly those away from home, we realise that we can't play the game that we want to do.
"In those instances, yes, Jon is a good out-ball for us. We can play the ball up to him, he can get a hold of it and he brings others into play.
"He helps the likes of myself and other midfielders into the game. He creates chances for the other players in the team as well as scoring goals himself.
"I scored a few goals at the start of the season and am keen to weigh in with as many as I can this term. I am always looking for an opening that I can exploit.
"Every player in the team, from defence through to the strikers, is capable of scoring goals. Jon is certainly enjoying a great run at the moment. Long may it continue."