Dons boss Derek McInnes today said he is determined to do a League Cup double for the Red Army.
Goals from Adam Rooney and Kenny McLean gave Aberdeen a 2-0 win over Morton in a nervy semi-final at Hampden.
They now face Celtic, who beat Rangers 1-0 in their semi, in the final at the national stadium on Sunday, November 27.
McInnes led the Dons to glory in the same competition in 2014.
He knows they face a tough task trying to win it again when they play the Hoops in next month’s final.
But he’s desperate to reward the Dons fans for their backing – especially the 11,000 who were at Hampden for the win over Morton despite the fact it kicked off at 12.15pm.
McInnes said: “Every one of the Dons fans who went to the Morton game should get a ticket for the final as well.
“That’s something the club will endeavour to make happen. We will be doing all we can to win the final for them.
“They made the big decision to come down and back our bid to reach the final despite all the problems they faced travelling to Glasgow for an early start.
“What they did was mentioned to the players during the build-up to the Morton game.
“We spoke about how when they were still tucked up in their beds some of our supporters had already been on the road to Glasgow for a couple of hours.
“When we approached Hampden and saw Mount Florida packed full with Aberdeen supporters it hammered the point home.
“The fans will have been a bit nervous, of course, because they have been starved of success and damaged too often at Hampden in the past.
“But I believe the supporters trust my team to ensure they have only good days out at Hampden from here on.
“Finals there have been special occasions for Aberdeen in the past. “We will do our very best to ensure that is the case again when we play there next month.”
McInnes highlighted how much getting to his second final as a manager meant to him by racing on to the pitch to celebrate with his players.
He was also among the last back down the tunnel.
McInnes confessed he’s delighted to have the chance to add to the victory they enjoyed over Inverness Caley Thistle at Celtic Park in the 2014 final.
“I said at the start of this season that doing well in the two cup competitions was our aim,” he said.
“I repeated that before we played Ayr United in the opening rounds.
“I have never shied away from saying how much I want to win trophies for Aberdeen and our supporters.
“We really missed not having decent runs in the cups last season.
“As good as we were in the league, we wanted the extra excitement that comes with reaching cup semis and finals.
“I believe my team is good enough to win both cups this season.
“We are now 90 minutes away from maybe claiming the first one, which is great.”