Goalkeeper Jason Brown believes he has played his last game for Aberdeen

Jason Brown: Believes he has played his last game for Aberdeen

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Aberdeen goalkeeper Jason Brown says he will not play for the Scottish Premier League club again after falling out of favour at Pittodrie.

The Wales international has not featured for the Dons this season, admitting he and manager Craig Brown have a fractious relationship.

Brown, who joined the Scottish club from Blackburn in July 2011, wants to be playing regular football and believes he has played his last game for Aberdeen.

The keeper, currently on international duty with Wales, told the Daily Record: "Me and the manager don't see eye to eye on a few things.

"Coming away with Wales is brilliant for me because it's something to aim for. It's a distraction from what's going on.

"I don't let it get me down. I am 30 years of age now and I'll just get on with the job I have to do while I'm there and then we'll see what materialises.

"My main reason for leaving Blackburn was that I wanted to play first-team football.

"When I first went to Aberdeen I was told that's what I would get. But obviously there's a bigger picture.

"The supporters have been great to me but ultimately I want to play football.

"Will I play with Aberdeen again? No. Not now."