Teddy Jenks could get his first taste of European football tonight (7.45pm) as Aberdeen face Swedish side BK Hacken in a Europa Conference League Qualifier.

The 19-year-old midfielder joined the Scottish Premiership side on a season-long loan earlier this month.

If he starts, it will be his second appearances for Aberdeen after making his debut five days ago in a friendly against St Johnstone.

But manager Stephen Glass believes Jenks and the rest of their summer signings have made them a stronger group.

Speaking to the club’s website, he said: “There was an opportunity to change things in the summer. You get limited opportunities to change things at any time as a manger. It would have been amiss of me if I didn’t take the opportunity to make changes.

“But we made decisions, some of them were hard decisions because good servants for the club have left. We believe we have added to the group, and we believe we have got a stronger group for the changes that we have made.

“The changes we made will also help the young players which is also very important.

“We brought good experience in but these are all players that want to be here, they want to be apart of Aberdeen and want to help the system at the club which is bringing through the young players.

“At the moment we are there with the squad. Anytime you ask a manager if they want to add to their squad the stock answer is that they want to bring in players and they want better players. I don’t think that will ever change.

“We are happy with the squad at the moment, we would always like to add but we are very happy with what we have got.”