Diminutive Tyrone forward Mark Bradley admits that the vast space of Croke Park suits his style of play.
Bradley is a mixture of speed, intelligence, guile and power as he has produced a number of excellent displays in this year's campaign that has already earned his side an Ulster title.
The Killyclogher clubman will face a formidable foe in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final when he takes on a Dublin defence that have been unwavering in their duties over the last few years.
And the talented forward told the Ulster Herald that playing at GAA headquarters is where every player wants to be at this time of the year.
"Croke Park is obviously a bigger pitch which will suit me. You just have to keep going. It can be tough in there at times but it's where you want to be playing and hopefully I get a few more games," said Bradley.
Tyrone and Dublin meet at Croker on Sunday, August 27th. Throw in at 4pm.