Former Brentford full back Shaleum Logan insists he has no hard feelings towards the Bees after shining for Aberdeen.
The defender joined Brentford from Manchester City and was one of Uwe Rosler's first signings in 2011.
He was virtually an ever present in his first two seasons at Griffin Park but dropped down the pecking order in the 2013/14 season after a 2-1 defeat at Stevenage.
Rosler departed for Wigan in December 2013 with Mark Warburton replacing him and he agreed to allow Logan to leave in order, originally on loan, to play regular first team football.
Logan told the Daily Record: “I’m more than happy to do a deal. I thought I was done and dusted after the first six months. It’s now going to be six years by the end of this deal.
“I was at Brentford and playing week in week out and it just got to a stage where the manager dropped me for one game.
“The team then went on a 11 or 12-game winning streak. I understood why he couldn’t put me back in the team but on the flip side of it I’d been there for two and a half years and played every game bar one.
“It just got to the stage where me and the manager said that if it came to January and I wasn’t back in the team I would have to look elsewhere. This opportunity came up to come up here.
“Derek McInnes phoned me and I was here within two days and then the next thing I was playing in a semi-final. And the rest is history.”