Lewis Ferguson has helped Aberdeen take six points out of six but the Dons midfielder is still looking for more from his team.
Aberdeen have bounced back from 19 days of inactivity due to a coronavirus breach of protocol by eight players which led to three matches being postponed but having returned to duty with wins against St Johnstone and Livingston all eyes are now on Thursday’s Europa League opener against NSI Runavik.
The Faroe Islands team earned their trip to Pittodrie with a 5-1 demolition of Welsh side Barry Town United last week and Ferguson is hoping for an improved display from his side this week.
He said: “The gaffer and his staff have been looking at them. We have been looking at videos to see their weaknesses and threats.
“We will know what we will need to do before Thursday and that will be drilled into us. Hopefully we can put on a better performance than we have shown over the last two games but it doesn’t really matter as long as we are winning.
“I am looking forward to it and it should be a different test.”
Aberdeen go into the game in confident mood following back-to-back wins but Ferguson knows there is still room for improvement.
He said: “It has been tough. We’ve been up against two teams who make it hard but I still don’t think we are at our best or our sharpest.
“That is going to take another few games with everything that has been going on. We haven’t really got going yet but we have had good spells in both those games.
“I think that sharpness and combination play will come more often when we get more minutes into the legs and more time with each other training.
“It has been stop-start with everything that has been going on but six out of six you can’t ask for more when you are not at your best.”
The eight players who breached protocol – Scott McKenna, Matty Kennedy, Jonny Hayes, Mikey Devlin, Craig Bryson, Sam Cosgrove, Bruce Anderson and Dylan McGeouch – are set to learn what punishment they will face from the SFA on Friday
Suspensions are anticipated but Ferguson is confident the Dons can cope if all eight are consigned to a spell on the sidelines.
He said: “Personally, I haven’t been thinking what the SFA will do. Whatever happens we will need to take it on the chin and move on.
“I still feel we have a good enough squad and group of players who are capable of going and doing a job and getting another three points next week after the Europa League game.
“Whatever is coming the boys will take it on the chin and move on.”