DONS defender Andrew Considine today admitted he hopes to spend the rest of his career with the club.
The 27-year-old’s more than a decade of loyal service will be recognised when Aberdeen play Dutch side FC Twente Enschede in his testimonial match tonight.
Kick-off at Pittodrie is 7.30pm.
Considine plans to be playing for the club for a good few years more. He’s seen many Dons team-mates accept lucrative deals to move to England’s lower leagues.
But Banchory-born Considine believes success for a footballer should be measured by how many winners’ medals he has, not the size of his bank balance. And he’s convinced the Dons are the club to be with if he’s to cash in on that front.
Considine said: “My ambitions are simple, I would rather have the medals than the money.”