Boss Jim Goodwin is rebuilding a squad that slumped to a tenth positioned Premiership end final season.
It was the Reds’ lowest league place since 2004 and McCrorie says that’s utterly unacceptable.
Midfielder Ross McCrorie insists the continuing summer season switch window rebuild should push Aberdeen again to the highest finish of the desk.
In a bid to get the Reds again on monitor the Pittodrie board have splashed out near £1 million in switch charges throughout the window.
Dutch keeper Kelle Roos is the sixth signing of the summer season – with extra to come back.
Roos signed a pre-contract with the Dons and can be a part of from Derby County on a two-year deal.
Additionally secured are Bojan Miovski, Ylber Ramadani (each MTK Budapest), Liam Scales (Celtic, mortgage), Jayden Richardson (Nottingham Forest) and Anthony Stewart (Wycombe Wanderers).
Scales and Richardson have been the one new signings to make their debuts within the 2-1 pleasant defeat of Buckie Thistle.
The opposite signings will meet up with the squad quickly. Miovski and Ramadani are ready for his or her visas to clear.
Stewart and Roos will be a part of on the finish of this month when their offers expire.
McCrorie, 24, mentioned: “A membership like Aberdeen shouldn’t be anyplace close to the underside six.
“It’s as much as us to place it proper and we need to get the highest finish of the desk.
“Final 12 months was disappointing as we weren’t adequate.
“This season now we have our targets for the 12 months that now we have set as as a workforce.
“It’s a new season and there are contemporary challenges.