Aberdeen stalwart Niall McGinn has already turned his attention to the start of next season.
With the Premiership season ended earlier this week, there is some uncertainty over what will happen with the Scottish Cup, which was at the semi-final stage.
The Dons were due to face Celtic in the last four when football was stopped in March. The Scottish FA have not put a date on playing the remaining games but do hope to complete the competition.
Finishing the season in fourth means Aberdeen will play in Europe next season, whenever it begins, and McGinn would like an early opportunity to challenge for silverware.
He said: “Regarding our own position, we’ve qualified for Europe again which is good for the club. We’ve hopefully still got a semi-final to play and I don’t think there any rush to play that semi-final. We usually come into the Scottish Cup in January so hopefully that still goes ahead when that comes round.
“It’s just about preparing to be back in the middle of June. It would be good to get back and see all of the lads again. But it was just a matter of time until the season was over and it’s done now so we’ve just got to get on with things.
“As the weeks and months went on, I think it was just going to be a matter of time until the season came to a close. In the current situation, it was inevitable that it was going to happen. It now gives us the opportunity to get ourselves ready for next season.”
The Northern Ireland international, who still has a chance to play at the European Championships with the play-offs to be played, has eyes on Adam Rooney’s Dons goal tally of 88.
He added: “I’m four behind him so I need to hit the ground running sooner rather than later. I’ve been looking forward to catching him. Hopefully I do so.
“From a personal point of view, I was really enjoying my football in the second half of the season. In the last few games, I was playing in the number 10 position. The manager brought me in there against Hamilton and I scored straight away. I was enjoying working with Curtis. He does a lot of unselfish work and brings other players into play which is good.
“I was enjoying that. I chipped in with a few goals which was nice. I felt like I was staying injury free which was good. I was playing three games in a week and still feeling good. I was disappointed that things came to a close because I always try to aim for double figures in goals. I’m happy with contributing with a lot of assist so hopefully that goes down well with the fans and my team-mates.”