Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson was ecstatic after helping the club win the Scottish League Cup on Sunday.

The Dons rejoiced at Celtic Park by beating Inverness 4-2 on penalties after a scoreless 120 minutes but it didn't matter to Robson how the Pittodrie side won.

The former Inverness, Dundee United, Celtic and Middlesbrough man revelled in the glory of becoming a two-time League Cup winner after winning the 2008/09 version with the Hoops.

"We've won the game, that's the most important thing, I don't care if it's penalties, I don't care how we play, we've just won the cup," the 35-year old said.

"It's great, it's brilliant. It's been a long time coming for this club.

"It's sensational, you can see what it means to the people."

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