Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher believes that his side fear no team in FL2.
The Erne County take on Armagh in Crossmaglen on Saturday afternoon as they look to put one foot into Division One.
Level on points with Meath, the Ulster side are in a great position to secure top flight league football next year.
In the past, facing Armagh would have been a daunting task for Fermanagh, but Gallagher stressed that is not the case now.
“We felt we hit good heights in the championship last year, so there was nothing to fear. If we worked hard and got our attitude right I felt we were going to be more than good enough to stay in the division,” Gallagher told the Fermanagh Herald.
“We don’t fear anybody, if we are playing well. Armagh, in my opinion, have been very consistent this year.”Tweet