Boss Derek McInnes today warned the Dons will be no pushovers next season after beefing up his squad in a summer signing spree.
McInnes insisted the Reds lacked physicality in the aftermath of a 3-0 loss to St Johnstone when they were out-muscled last season.
The manager moved to solve that and signed 6ft 5in keeper Joe Lewis and 6ft 3in striker Jayden Stockley. Centre-back Callum Morris, 6ft 2in, who describes his game as “aggressive”, also signed, along with 6ft 2 in veteran keeper Neil Alexander.
McInnes said: “We said we had to improve our physicality as a team.
“These players certainly bring that.”