ATTACKER Niall McGinn today insisted the Dons are back on track in the Premiership after a crash in form.
Aberdeen jumped back to second in the league table following a dramatic 3-1 win over Ross County.
Having won just once in eight previous games the Reds were facing another defeat as they trailed the Staggies 1-0 at half-time.
McGinn hailed the fighting spirit shown in recovering to salvage a win and insisted Aberdeen are ready to hit form again.
McGinn, who scored in the victory, said: “We always knew we were good enough to turn things around, and we are doing that.
“The team dug deep and showed great character against Ross County.
“Now we are back up to second in the Premiership and are determined to keep winning games and progressing.”