Striker Jayden Stockley hopes he has given boss Derek McInnes a selection headache by coming off the bench to score in the 2-0 win over Partick.
The 22-year-old also set up the second goal for fellow sub Ryan Christie.
McInnes has gone with the same starting line-up for seven games.
Stockley admits to frustration at being on the bench but is confident he can make a major impact having signed on from Bournemouth on a two-year contract last summer.
He said: “Of course I’m frustrated, you want to be playing.
“It’s tough and your mental strength comes into it. But fair play to the lads for their form as they have been on fire so you can’t expect the gaffer to change it much.
“I haven’t regretted coming to the club and still feel the same way, that I can be a success up here.
“I was glad to finally score and get some time on the pitch to show everyone I am still desperate to succeed here and be a real asset for this club.
“I want to score goals for the club and go on runs. Unfortunately it hasn’t happened yet but I’m confident in myself and in the team.”