Craig Brewster has revealed he has opted to join Aberdeen.
The veteran striker had attracted interest from the likes of Kilmarnock and St Mirren, but he has decided to link up with Jimmy Calderwood at Pittodrie.
The former Dundee United player/manager says he expects to sign a six-month deal at Aberdeen later this week.
"I'll be in on Thursday to do the deal and I'm delighted to be joining Aberdeen," Brewster told the Scottish Daily Express.
"It was obviously hard to tell Jim (Jefferies, Kilmarnock manager) and Gus (MacPherson, St Mirren manager) that I would not be joining either of their clubs but they accepted the decision and I thank them for that.
"At the end of the day, I decided to go for Aberdeen because of my past experiences with the management team."