Anderson considers Dons future
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 24-year-old is becoming increasingly worried about his international career and he is now debating what to do.
His contract with The Dons is due to expire in the summer and he is now considering whether to stay at the club he has spent all his career at, or whether to move on.
"I keep thinking about it hopefully one of the days I'll just wake up and decide," said Anderson.
"There is no way I'm going into the summer without a club.
"With the state of the game I don't want to risk it.
"The manager has been good with me and has said he wants me to stay, but he knows my thoughts.
"It's a case of seeing where the club is going, if they're down the bottom end of the league and I'm not playing well then I could easily drop back out of the Scotland team.
"I am sure Berti Vogts has other players in mind that could easily replace me.
"Scotland is important to me because I've worked to get back into the squad."
Middlesbrough, Sunderland and Rangers are all said to be following him closely and could move before the transfer window closes, although it seems that a Bosman transfer in the summer is more likely.
"The good thing is we have not had a call from a club wanting to sign him now," said Dons boss Steve Paterson.
"The vibe we're getting is that he is more likely to sign a contract than not."