Date: 18th April 2007 at 11:51am
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It won`t be just a case of Aberdeen offering Dyron Daal a contract and the 6`4″ striker clammering to accept it. He`s found a new lease of life at Dens Park and sees the club as having potential to make the SPL next season.

Dyron is clearly enjoying life in the First Division where he is playing every week and crucially scoring goals. Five goals in five games is as good as can be asked for but Dyron knows he wont be guaranteed a starting position at Pittodrie as he enjoys his longest run of matches since came to Scotland.

e has hinted that he`d be happy to stay at Dundee, a club he reckons won`t be in the division very long.

yron said, ‘Dundee will be pushing for the title next season. The manager is ambitious enough to know he needs improvements and he’s already trying to get quality players in.

This is a big club. We’ve had decent crowds coming to our games and there is a big history here so there’s no reason the club can’t get back into the SPL.’

berdeen have been watching Daal at every came since Alex Rae took him to Dundee to see if he`d be worth a professional contract and circumstances may work in his Daal`s favour if the touted move of Craig Brewster to Livingston become a reality, freeing up money and a position for a tall, target man but the Dutchman is still in the dark.

e said, ‘I’ve not heard anything from Aberdeen yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

I wouldn’t say I was disappointed up there, that’s a big word, but it’s not very nice when you don’t get a game.

What I do in the summer depends on a lot of things. I’ll need to speak to my agent about them and anyone else who might want me.

I came to this country to play football and saw it as a good chance so I don’t think I’m finished here yet. I’d like to stay in Scotland.’

e continued, ‘I’m enjoying it here, moving to Dundee has been a positive move. Performance wise I’ve been okay and have been scoring goals so I’ve got to be happy.

I still feel I can do more but overall I’m satisfied with what I’ve been doing.

My confidence has gone up from normal to sky-high and that’s because I feel wanted here and am getting games.

Playing games, scoring goals and being important to the team is how you want to feel as a striker and that’s how it is for me just now.’

nother Dons player could be making the switch down the road to Dens as Alex Rae makes his intentions public on his aspirations to take ex-Leeds United player and Aberdeen bench warmer Jamie Winter back to his hometown club.

he Dens boss said: ‘We’ll keep an eye on Jamie for the next couple of weeks before making a decision.’

Aberdeen could be losing two capable guys who haven`t really been given a chance at Pittodrie and all for no cash.

o you reckon Dyron Daal and Jamie Winter should be let go to Dundee without a fight to try and see if they could progress into becoming the players they were signed to potentially be?

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