Winger Niall McGinn is confident boss Derek McInnes will deliver quality signings to make the Dons stronger in the upcoming season.
Aberdeen kick off the campaign with a Europa League clash against Burnley on July 26.
McInnes has already secured three signings this summer and aims to deliver more new additions before the Battle of Britain with the Clarets.
Northern Ireland cap McGinn said: “Every season the gaffer has always recruited well and taken in strong players, he has shown that every year. There is absolutely no reason why we cannot be even stronger again in the upcoming season.
“The gaffer has already added to the squad this summer by taking in three new signings.
“Those three are good additions to the squad and I am sure there will be another two or three before the season starts.”
McInnes has already signed three midfielders with £200,000 outlaid to secure Chris Forrester, 25, from Peterborough United on a three-year contract until 2021.
Republic of Ireland international Stephen Gleeson, 29, was secured on a free having left Ipswich Town at the end of last season.
Capped four times, Gleeson signed a two-year deal at Pittodrie until summer 2020.
The Dons were today set to discover the extent of a knee injury sustained by Gleeson in the recent 2-2 friendly draw at St Johnstone.
Gleeson was set to undergo a scan on Monday but that was put back 24 hours to allow the swelling on the knee to subside.
The Dons boss faces a sweat on the extent of Gleeson’s injury and whether he will be fit to face Burnley in the Euro opener.
Teenage midfielder Lewis Ferguson arrived from Hamilton.
The two clubs failed to agree a figure for training compensation for the 18-year-old.
Aberdeen offered in excess of £100,000 but Hamilton are understood to value compensation for developing Ferguson through their youth academy scheme at around the £900,000 mark.
The matter is set to go to SPFL arbitration with a date yet to be decided for the tribunal.
Aberdeen are confident the figure will be closer to their valuation.
McInnes aims to bring in a striker and a defender, ideally a full-back, before the UEFA signing deadline of Friday July 20 for the second qualifying round.
However, there remains the provision to sign two “wildcards” beyond that deadline up until 24 hours before the first leg – which would be 7.45pm on Wednesday July 25.
Aberdeen had a bid rejected for Doncaster Rovers striker John Marquis who has netted 41 goals in the previous two seasons.
It is understood that bid was for £250,000 and McInnes has confirmed the offer that was rejected was the highest they were likely to go to and the Dons will now look at other options.
McGinn said: “Under the manager we look to continually get stronger and keep improving.”
The emergence of January signing Mikey Devlin during pre-season is essentially a summer signing. Centre-back Devlin signed in January but was still undergoing rehabilitation from a cruciate ligament injury.
He is fully fit and has impressed in pre-season having made his debut six months after signing in the 1-0 defeat of Cobh Ramblers.
“It is great to see Mikey back after 13 months out,” said McGinn.
The pre-season and signing activity are geared towards that Euro opener against the Clarets.
McGinn added: “We got a good draw in Europe and have plenty to look forward to in the upcoming weeks.
“We aim to really kick on.”