Gary Mackay-Steven: Aberdeen winger 'improving every day' after cup final injury
Aberdeen's Gary Mackay-Steven feels "very fortunate" and is "continuing to improve every day" following his Scottish League Cup final concussion.
The winger was knocked out in a clash with Celtic's Dedryck Boyata in Sunday's game, which his side lost 1-0.
Mackay-Steven was taken to hospital but discharged later on Sunday.
"Firstly, a massive thank you to the Aberdeen FC medical team who assisted me on the pitch rapidly and expertly," he wrote in an Instagram post.
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"Thank you to the first responders at Hampden Park and every single paramedic, doctor and nurse that seen me [sic[ at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
"Lastly, I would like to thank every single person that has taken the time to send lovely messages and well wishes. I appreciate them all.
"I'm continuing to improve every day but hopefully it won't be long until I can be back out on the pitch."
Meanwhile, forward Connor McLennan, 19, has signed a new contract that will keep him at Pittodrie until 2021.