Aberdeen striker Niall McGinn feels he is in the best form of his career after finding the net for a fifth consecutive game against Dundee.
McGinn netted in the 2-0 win at Pittodrie.
He opened the scoring after a Ryan Fraser cross, while Dundee midfielder Jim McAlister turned a free-kick from substitute Johnny Hayes into his own net to seal the points for the Dons in Saturday's tussle.
Both Fraser and Hayes drew praise from former Celtic man McGinn, who said: "Ryan deserves enormous credit. He showed how good a player he is, taking on players and creating chances for the likes of myself and Scott Vernon. He's been brilliant since he came into the squad, and works hard week in and week out.
"It shows the strength and depth of the squad that we have players like Johnny on the bench. He's a top-class player, and he did well today to come on and get his goal."
Former Celtic man McGinn has been better known as a winger rather than a striker in the past, but he is enjoying the centra...