Aberdeen star Dylan McGeouch knows he faces an important spell at Pittodrie as he goes into the final six months of his contract with the Dons – and the midfielder hopes he can keep his place in Stephen Glass’ side.
McGeouch impressed last weekend as the Dons ended Hearts’ unbeaten start to the season, earning praise for his performance after previously being stuck on the sidelines as Aberdeen struggled.
The midfielder has started the last two games for Aberdeen and confessed everything is focused on the next few games as the former Sunderland star looks to win an extended deal at Pittodrie.
“I am into my last season. I’ve been waiting patiently for a chance to play and I’ve come in for the last few games and we’ve had a couple of good results. So, yes, it’s an important period for me.
“But I’m just enjoying being in the team and we’ll see what happens.
“Hopefully I can keep in the team, keep the standards and if we can keep winning, we’ll see what happens. For me, the future’s just about the next few games.”
Aberdeen host Motherwell at Pittodrie this afternoon and the Dons will be looking to continue their recent improved form and make it four games in a row without defeat.
For McGeouch, the next few weeks are make or break for his Aberdeen career and a return to the performances of earlier in the campaign from Glass’ side would likely be the death knell for McGeouch’s stint in the Granite City.
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