Dublin manager Dessie Farrell says there’s still plenty for his side to work on after yesterday’s victory over Galway in Salthill.
The Dubs closed their Allianz League campaign with a second placed finish in Division 1 and now look forward to a Leinster SFC quarter-final date with Westmeath next Saturday week.
"It was important to get another game, it was only our second competitive game since we regrouped after the club championship," Farrell told RTE Sport after the 2-15 to 0-15 win at Pearse Stadium.
"It was great to get the game against quality opposition and it was a decent performance, still plenty to work on for sure, nonetheless some of the elements of the game were pleasing."
He added: "There is a lot of experience in the squad and we are trying to introduce some new blood as well, so it is a case of getting that cohesive dynamic that I think is going to be important for us going forward.
"The endeavour is definitely there and I think generally we just need a sense of cohesiveness."Tweet