Greg Stewart hopes he can deliver more goals and assists for the Dons before the end of the season.
Since returning for a second spell on loan at Aberdeen from Birmingham City in January the attacker has shown promise.
However, Stewart has only netted one goal and provided two assists for the Reds. This comes after scoring eight goals and creating seven during the first half of the campaign with Kilmarnock.
Although the former Cowdenbeath and Dundee player would like to have scored and assisted more for the Dons, he has still been happy with his performances.
Stewart is set to face Livingston at Pittodrie in the Premiership this afternoon and hopes he can contribute more.
The man who turns 29 tomorrow said: “Personally I think I have been playing well, but I haven’t quite been getting the goals and assists.
“But I’ll keep working at it and see how I get on between now and the end of the season.
“We’re creating chances and it would be more of a problem if we weren’t creating chances, particularly at home.
“Hopefully me and the team can take advantage of that.”
If Stewart plays today for the Dons he will return to the side after missing Tuesday’s 2-0 Scottish Cup replay win against Rangers at Ibrox due to a hip problem.
He added: “I’ve been carrying a little knock for the last few weeks.
“I played last Saturday against Celtic and then Tuesday’s game just came a little bit too soon.
“I’ve been managing it and it’s just been a niggle that’s annoyed me more than anything over the last few weeks.
“I’m hoping to get back to full fitness soon – but I feel I will be able to contribute against Livingston.”
Aberdeen tackle Livi buoyed not only by the midweek win in Govan, but also from drawing 0-0 against Celtic at Parkhead last Saturday.
Stewart takes confidence from those results and was particularly pleased about the Reds keeping clean sheets in both matches in Glasgow.
He said: “The last two results say that we can match the best two teams in the league when we are at our best.
“Our home form hasn’t been the best and it’s not been good enough. It’s something we should be taking care of.
“But on the other side of it the away form has been unbelievable.
“We went to Celtic and drew but I felt we were unlucky not to win the game because we had a couple of chances in the second half.
“That gave us confidence going into the game against Rangers on Tuesday.
“We don’t really look like conceding a goal at the moment.
“Joe Lewis and the back four have been unbelievable.
“It gives you that confidence as an attacker to score a goal and we did that brilliantly on Tuesday.
“In the last two games I felt like we weren’t going to concede just with the way the back four played.
“The boys took their chances and we just want to carry that into this game.”
Livingston were many people’s tip for relegation at the start of the season, but under boss Gary Holt they have been one of the Premiership success stories of this term.
Livi have amassed 37 points and sit ninth, 19 points above the relegation play-off spot of 11th.
Stewart said: “Livingston have done really well this season.
“They got promoted and I think they blew everyone away in the first couple of months with how well they did.
“They were always going to have a little dip in their form at some stage.
“They have maybe been going through that recently, but I think they have done enough to be safe.
“So obviously everyone at their club will be delighted with that and it looks like a good club to be at just now.
“But we are at home so it is all really about ourselves and what we do in the game.
“It’s about how we put our game plan into action tomorrow and what we do to win the game.
“We go into the game with confidence and hopefully we can get the three points going into the international break.”