Veteran midfielder Barry Robson reveals that he is keen to sign a new contract with Aberdeen.
Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson has revealed that he is keen to sign a contract extension with the Scottish Premiership club.
The 35-year-old is due to be a free agent at the end of the season, though manager Derek McInnes recently claimed that a new deal was close to being agreed.
"I still feel fit and fresh and I've played around 25 games and that was with an injury I had at the start of the season," Robson told the Daily Record.
"I still get about the pitch and feel I can still contribute. So why not keep going? I'm enjoying being along for the ride and I'd like to keep going."
Robson joined Aberdeen in the summer following a brief spell with Sheffield United.
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