PITTODRIE boss Derek McInnes today demanded the Dons keep up the aggression and high tempo that recently saw off Ross County.
Aberdeen were trailing the Staggies 1-0 at the weekend and were booed off the pitch by some of the frustrated Red Army at half-time.
The battling Dons turned the game around after the break to win 3-1 and move back to second in the Premiership table.
McInnes wants a similar high-energy, battling performance not just against Dundee on Saturday but throughout the whole campaign.
McInnes said: “The aggression and confidence we showed in the second half against Ross County is more like what I want to see from my team.
“We were more aggressive, dictated play and performed as if we had a point to prove.
“However, they should play like they have a point to prove in every game.
“We got on top of Ross County and dictated the play to them in their own half whilst also keeping a good line at the back.
“That performance in the second half is the team I want to see.
“It is up to us all to try to take the responsibility to get that.
“The second half showed exactly what we are capable of and we have to make sure we are that team.
“The challenge is to maintain that level because it was the most convincing we have been in a while.”