Dutch midfielder Jeffrey de Visscher has revealed he is prepared to sign a new deal at Aberdeen.
De Visscher's contract expires at the end of the season and he was strongly linked with a move away from Pittodrie after failing out of favour.
However, De Visscher has regained his place in Dons boss Jimmy Calderwood's plans and he admitted he could extend his stay at the club.
Happy"I am playing so I am very happy at the moment but I have to make sure I keep my place in the team now," De Visscher told the Daily Record.
"If I can do that and we can keep winning then we will see what happens.
"I talked to the manager about my situation and how things were going in general but now I need to concentrate on staying in his plans.
"He is happy with me which is good but he said he can't guarantee me or anyone else a starting place in the team, which is understandable, so it's up to me.
"That's all I need to know because a few weeks ago I thought he wasn't considering me for the top team even though I worked so hard every day in training.
"But it has been great to get the opportunity to show what I can do for the team in the last few weeks."