DONS boss Derek McInnes today insisted his belief they will be successful this season never faltered during their crash in form.
Aberdeen suffered the worst run of McInnes’ two-and-a-half years at Pittodrie with just one win in eight.
Now back on track, the Reds’ revival has seen McInnes’ side move back to second in the Premiership table with a 3-1 win over Ross County.
After seven points from the last three league games McInnes has challenged the Dons to maintain the momentum of their recent upsurge by seeing off Dundee at Dens Park tomorrow.
He said: “It is important to have confidence and belief in your players, and I do.
“The belief has always been there that the squad is capable of winning and being successful.”