Anderson eyes new deal
By Philip Seery
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 23-year-old defender, who recently won his first cap for Scotland under Berti Vogts, is out of contract in the summer and is keen to sort out his future with The Dons.
"I'd be keen to start talks on a new deal as soon as possible," said Anderson.
"No-one likes to go into the last year of a contract in that situation, especially when they have a family to provide for.
"The more settled you are, the better you will play.
"I'm settled in Aberdeen. I've grown up here and now I have a wife and two young boys as well. We are all happy at the club."
Aberdeen coach Ebbe Skovdahl realises the potential of the Scot and saluted his performances for club and country.
"There is no doubt that there is more potential in the player and he'll go on to become an established performer in the heart of that Scotland defence, as well as ours," said Skovdahl.
"It shows a lot of courage and strength the way he's come back from his knee ligament injury."