The Irishman netted four goals for the first time in his professional career in his side's emphatic 8-0 win over the Warriors at Ibrox on Saturday.
He bagged three of those with his head and has told how doing extra training sessions with team-mate Barrie McKay had been responsible for his tally.
Daly said: "I felt that in the last wee while I have probably been too anxious in games and have been getting in too early on crosses.
"I stayed out in training last week working with Barrie McKay on my timing for getting myself into the box and that paid off at the weekend.
"I have had a few chances in the last few games that I hadn't put away when I probably should have.
"Fortunately, they went in at the weekend. I was obviously really pleased to score four goals for the first time in my senior career.
"I got off to a great start with a goal early on and it just went on from there."
Meanwhile, Daly, who took his tally for the 2013/14 campaign to seven, has predicted Rangers will stay on the goal trail in SPFL League One now midfielder Ian Black has returned.
Black, who was banned for three games by the SFA after admitting to breaking their gambling rules, made his comeback against Stenhousemuir.
And Daly believes the presence of the former Hearts and Inverness Caley Thistle ace in the starting line-up allows Rangers to play in a more attacking style.
He said: "I think the way Blackie played at the weekend says a great deal about his strength of character.
"The way he plays he allows others, like Nicky Law for example, to push forward and take up more advanced positions in the midfield.
"That is beneficial for the team in attacking terms. It helps us to score goals.
"In the games that Blackie missed Nicky maybe had to play in a deeper role.
"I thought Ian was magnificent on Saturday as he has been in every game that he has played for us this season."
Meanwhile, Daly has insisted fans' protests against the club board will not impact on the team's performances.
He said: "We are out on the pitch concentrating on the job at hand, getting three points."