Aberdeen striker Curtis Main has disclosed that he has yet to have talks with the Dons about signing a new contract at Pittodrie.
The striker’s contract expires at the end of the season. However, the 28-year-old, who scored both goals in Aberdeen’s recent 2-0 win over Ross County, is confident that if he can keep managing to score goals that talks will take place sooner rather than later.
“I am sure”
“If I can keep doing what I did against Ross County then I am sure the talks will take place further down the line” he said (Daily Record).
Main is part of an Aberdeen squad which is perhaps unexpectedly running Celtic close in the Premiership table.
The Dons are currently sitting fourth in the league, three points behind Neil Lennon’s side, but having played a game more.
With Celtic in Scottish Cup action this weekend, Aberdeen can draw level on points if they defeat Kilmarnock on Sunday.
Hopeful of a successful December
Main is hopeful that a win against Kilmarnock can push Aberdeen on to a winning run for the rest of December.
“If we can take the good parts from the Ross County win, build on it and keep it going then hopefully we can have a really strong December, and we can see how the table lies then. We just need to focus on the Kilmarnock game now” he said.
The Dons star seems likely to keep his place in the starting line-up for the game at Rugby Park, and if he can replicate the form he showed against Ross County Aberdeen could be leaving with the three points.