Scott Wright says he would be happy to go out on loan if it would help him eventually make it big with the Dons.
Winger Wright, who comes from Balmedie, signed a new two-year contract with the club prior to heading out to their winter training camp in Dubai.
The 19-year-old’s main target now is to feature more regularly at first team level.
He is willing to do anything to make that happen – even if that means going out on loan to another club this month to get more game time.
“It doesn’t help when you have Niall McGinn and Jonny Hayes, who are probably the club’s two most consistent performers, playing in the same position,” said Wright.
“I was also injured for a spell, although I’m obviously back and fully fit now.
“Hopefully, I can crack on from here.
“My aim has always been to break into the first team and become a regular.
“If that’s not there for me just now I will hopefully go out somewhere and get some games.
“We will just have to wait and see how things play out.”
The Dons already have nine of their younger players out on loan at the moment.
Whether Wright will join their ranks could depend on whether Republic of Ireland international Hayes is still at Pittodrie by the end of the month.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has confirmed he is considering making a second bid for Hayes, who still has 18 months left on his contract with the Dons.
Aberdeen knocked back an initial £500,000 bid from the Welsh club but have yet to receive another for the player.
The Dons agreeing to allow Wes Burns to return to Bristol City earlier than had been agreed at the start of the season could also influence what happens to Wright.
That’s for others to decide.
Wright was just delighted his reward for signing the new deal was being added to the Dons squad that went to Dubai.