Mark Reynolds wants to see fans flocking back to Pittodrie by booking a place in the semi-finals of the Scottish Communities League Cup.
Aberdeen host St Mirren on Tuesday night off the back of 12-game unbeaten run, which has also seen them take 13 points from a possible 15 in their last five SPL matches.
Only Celtic have defeated the Dons so far this season and the defender says everyone at the club is feeling positive over their good form.
“I think gradually over the few weeks the fans have been slowly coming back and hearing about the football we are playing and the results we are getting,” said Reynolds.
“I think getting to the semi-final would just increase that again.
“There is a feel good factor about the city and certainly around the club. The boys in the changing room feel we are playing well and we are getting the results we deserve.
“We are working hard and it is paying off. If we can keep that going, we don't see why we can't have a successful season.”
St Mirren travel north having lost their last three matches but Reynolds says his team have to maintain their performances to guarantee progression to the last four.
“League form goes out of the window when it comes to cup football,” he added.
“We just need to turn up and the Aberdeen team that goes there and plays like it has been doing in the last few weeks in the league.
“If that team turns up, we should progress to the next round.”
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