ABERDEEN defender Paul Quinn today called on his team-mates to make it nine in a row in the Highlands.
The Dons travel north to face Inverness Caley Thistle this afternoon after winning all eight of their opening league games this season.
That streak has seen Derek McInnes’ side move five points clear of champions Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen suffered their first domestic defeat of the season in midweek, however, after losing 2-0 away to Hibs in the League Cup.
But the 30-year-old insists they will not change the manner of play that has seen the Red Army dreaming that they can finally push for title glory.
“I have certainly never been part of a run like this from the start of the season,” the former Motherwell and Cardiff City defender said.
“I have been on a few undefeated runs down south. Even last year with Ross County we had some great form and won eight out of nine.
“But nothing straight off, and I have certainly never been sitting at the top of the table after eight games.
“But we need to go again to make it nine, that is the main focus.
“It is crucial we stick to what we have been doing and go game to game.
“Just because we had an upset on Wednesday doesn’t mean we change our attitude and change how we look at the game.”