Scott Brown hopes his expertise of profitable trophies might help his new membership Aberdeen as they aim silverware of their very own.
The newly-named Aberdeen crew captain joined the Dons this summer season after 14 profitable years at Celtic, and can work underneath a well-recognized face in new boss Stephen Glass.
The 36-year-old, who will mix his enjoying duties with teaching tasks, revealed robust battles with Aberdeen down the years satisfied him it was the proper place to proceed his profession.
“They pushed us all the best way, they gave us (Celtic) an incredible problem,” Brown advised Sky Sports activities Information.
“That was what pushed me in the direction of Aberdeen and figuring out Stephen (Glass) as properly, that helped.
“They’ve had ambition, they’ve been to semi-finals and finals up to now and I wish to try to assist them, hopefully push them over and hopefully we will get some medals to this membership.”
Brown is worked up for his new problem at Pittodrie however is insistent a change in surroundings won’t lead to him firming down his combative type of play.
“I may not be everyone’s cup of tea, I collect that,” Brown stated.
“I wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea at Celtic or Hibs both and I’ve not likely modified as a participant over the past 14 years.
“I’ve at all times bought that drive, I love to do the ugly a part of the sport as properly, I like to stay my foot in, I prefer to wind opponents up. It is half and parcel of who I’ve been over the past 20 years of my profession.
“I do not suppose now could be any time for me to alter and I’m going to be the very same as soon as I play towards Celtic, as soon as I play towards Hibs, Hearts, whoever it’s, and I’m going to have that focus, that drive to win the sport.”