Dons legend Alex McLeish is to be inducted into the Aberdeen FC Hall of Fame.
The defender made almost 700 appearances during a career spanning three decades.
The Hall of Fame was established in 2004 and re-launched last year with the induction of Sir Alex Ferguson.
McLeish was a key part of the Dons side who won a host of trophies during the 1980s and 1990s.
And the ex-Scotland boss is honoured to be inducted for his achievements with the side.
He said: “The memories here will last forever. It was quite an incredible part of my journey in football.
“Within three years we had won the league and I was seeing grown men cry.
“Nothing compares with the Bayern Munich night, the atmosphere was one that had never been experienced at Pittodrie before.
“This is an accolade that makes me proud but also realise that so many people have had happiness from Aberdeen Football Club, particularly in that era.”
The Hall of Fame evening will take place on Saturday, November 12.
McLeish and other inductees yet to be announced will also take part in a Q&A after the event.