GREG STEWART has promised that there is more to come from Aberdeen, despite their unbeaten start to the season.
The 27-year-old, who joined on loan from Birmingham City, has scored once in his eleven appearances for the Pittodrie club.
“I wouldn’t say we’ve hit our peak yet, we can still get better.
“There are a lot of new faces and we’re still trying to gel.
“We’re not playing our best but we keep winning games which is not a bad habit to get into.”
Aberdeen host St Johnstone before the international break and Stewart is wary of the record of the Saints at Pittodrie, who came away from the fixtures last year with 4 points.
“This weekend is massive. If we get another win going into the next break, we can stay close to Celtic and maybe create a gap between us and the rest of the teams.”
Stirling-born Stewart, who made his name at Dundee, spoke of his own challenges ahead and trying to impress Derek McInnes.
“You need to fight for your place and if you don’t take that chance you find yourself on the bench.
“It’s been a bit frustrating for me. That’s maybe down to myself; I can do better but, as a team, we’ve done well.”