Paraic Fanning insists it's still all to play for after Waterford's Munster SHC first round loss to Clare.
The Deise will need to take something from next weekend's trip to high-flying Tipperary if they're to avoid another early championship exit, but Fanning was in defiant mood after yesterday's one-point defeat in Walsh Park.
“We’re far from done. We’ve lost one game. Win the next three and we’re still in this championship. If we lose, it’s a different story. But we believe in ourselves," the Waterford manager said.
“Just because of one defeat, we’re not going to think our championship is run, far from it.
“It was a great occasion in Waterford all week, to have the games here. We’re just disappointed we didn’t get the result everybody craved. We have to dust ourselves down, get ready for Tipperary next Sunday. Hopefully, come out energised again, which I think we will.”Tweet