Defender Ash Taylor today claimed the Dons are determined to “put things right” in the Premiership to make up for the recent Scottish Cup shocker.
Aberdeen travel to Ross County on Sunday still reeling from another painful cup exit.
For the third successive domestic cup competition Aberdeen have crashed out at the first time of asking following a 1-0 fourth round loss away to Hearts.
For centre-back Taylor that is even tougher to take as he is convinced the Reds are good enough to win trophies to add to the League Cup secured in 2014.
With five months left of the season all that remains is the league campaign, which has also stuttered recently with two successive draws against Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Partick Thistle.
Second-placed Aberdeen sit just three points behind leaders Celtic, who crucially hold a game in hand, with the clubs going head to head at Pittodrie in a top-of-the-table scrap on February 3.
For Taylor, cup redemption lies in the league, starting on Sunday.
He said: “Everyone is hurting, players and fans alike after the cup loss, so we are determined to put things right at Ross County.
“Losing in the cup was a tough one to take but we will go over the Hearts game and do everything to put it right this weekend.
“We let our supporters down at Tynecastle as they backed us in numbers and were fantastic.
“They have been great all season so it is disappointing for them we are not in the next round.
“The fans know what kind of team they are backing and what we can do on our day so we aim to show that on Sunday.
“Ross County away is always a tough game but we will do all we can.”