Sean Finn says he won't be happy with just the one All-Ireland medal.
The 22-year-old starred at corner back as the Treaty County bridged a 45-year gap to win the Liam MacCarthy Cup in August.
"Obviously it's great to get one," he told Sky Sports at the announcement in Croke Park yesterday that hurling and camogie have been added to UNESCO's list of protected cultural activities.
"A lot of Limerick people in the past don't have any and they're probably deserving of one. They could say 'you must be happy with one'. But we're young, we're motivated and we want to win more. Hopefully I have another couple of years in me and hopefully I have a few more to back it up before I do pack it in.
"You just want to make the most of the moment and make the most of the couple of years that you do have. You don't know if you'll pick up an injury in the next couple of months that might rule you out for a season or two. So, I suppose considering we are young, it does benefit you in the couple of years.
"Obviously doing back-to-back is quite difficult but I suppose that's the aim, that's the focus to win it again. It's all great winning the one but you have to win a couple more."