New signing Kelle Roos up for the battle to be Aberdeen’s No.1 keeper
Dutch stopper Roos has joined the Dons on a two yr deal having left Derby County.
Supervisor Jim Goodwin signed the 30-year-old in a bid to deliver competitors to keeper Joe Lewis.
New Aberdeen signing Kelle Roos insists he’s up for the battle to be the membership’s primary keeper subsequent season.
Goodwin lately terminated keeper Gary Woods’ contract and stated he felt Lewis didn’t have sufficient competitors final season.
Roos goals to deliver that competitors.
He stated: “You come to Aberdeen, it’s a giant membership, and massive golf equipment have good gamers and so they must problem for locations.
“I’m difficult, Joe is difficult, everyone on this pitch is difficult for a spot.
“I need it to deliver the perfect out of me.”
Roos confirmed there have been golf equipment in England and Netherlands occupied with signing him this summer time.
Aberdeen gained the race as a result of the Reds have been extra ‘reduce throat’ of their pursuit of the previous Dutch youth worldwide keeper.
Roos racked up 91 appearances for Derby County the place he additionally had mortgage spells at Plymouth, Port Vale, Bristol Rovers and AFC Wimbledon.
He made 18 appearances for the Rams final season.
Roos could also be battling to oust Lewis as Aberdeen’s No.1 however admits there’s a camaraderie with keepers regardless of the fierce competitors.
He stated: “You spend quite a lot of time collectively.
“Keepers fairly merely must make the selection: ‘are we going to make it awkward all yr spherical or are we going to work collectively and settle for selections about our place aren’t as much as us?’