Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted it is too early in the season to talk about extending James Maddison’s loan.
The Norwich City teenager scored the late winner with a sensational free-kick to overcome Rangers 2-1 at Pittodrie.
Maddison, 19, has impressed in his four games for the Dons, scoring twice.
His loan spell from the Championship Canaries expires in January.
On whether that can be extended, McInnes said: “It is not a conversation I have had with Alex (Neil, manager) or Norwich. The loan is still in its infancy.
“We were really happy to take that loan deal until January.
“We will just have to wait and see with that but it’s not something we have spoken about.”
Norwich boss Neil is delighted with the Dons loan spell as he cannot guarantee game time.
Neil said: “I’ve seen the free-kick. I spoke to James and congratulated him.
“He will be a top quality player but at the moment I’ve got Wes Hoolahan who has a bit more left in him and Alex Pritchard and Steven Naismith, so I couldn’t guarantee James minutes.
“We came to a good decision to let him go get games, and he’s shown up really well so far up there.
“That’s great for him.”