Robson took over the Dons from Jim Goodwin in February and has overseen a massive turnaround in Aberdeen’s form.


Under Robson, Aberdeen have only lost one game at Pittodrie and they are now on the verge of finishing in third to seal a place in European competition.



The Dons boss admitted that the Aberdeen supporters have helped his side get into this position and stated that the fans have been excellent in recent months.


Robson believes that his players have created a feel good atmosphere at Pittodrie with their performances in recent games and is expecting good backing from the Aberdeen faithful when they take on St. Mirren this evening.



“The fans have been outstanding”, Robson was quoted as saying by the Daily Record.


“Pittodrie has been rocking over the last few months.



“It has been great to see and they have helped us so much.


“The away support as well.


“There has been a real feel good factor here at Pittodrie over the last few months and that is down to the players and how they have performed.


“They will have the backing of the fans behind them and the players are really looking forward to playing for them.”


Robson’s first game in charge of Aberdeen was against St. Mirren at Pittodrie, which his side lost 3-1 to the visitors and he will be eager to set the record straight tonight.