Mayo manager James Horan believes Mayo can get even better ahead of semi final clash with Tyrone.
Speaking to Colm Parkinson on Off The Ball earlier this evening the Ballintubber clubman, heading into his third All-Ireland semi final in a row, Horan said there was areas Mayo needed to improve on before meeting Tyrone.
“Course there is things we need to improve on, our turnovers up front, incomplete handpasses. There is a lot of things that we are always looking to continue to improve and we’ll continue to do that”.
Considering Mayo annihilated the defending champions Donegal by 16 points in the quarter final many people would expect Horan to be a happy man ahead of the clash but he sees more potential in his current squad.
“We’ve significant firepower there and I’m not sure if Mayo has ever had such strength in depth, particularly up front and its something we’re conscious of and very happy with. If we have our guys on the pitch playing to their potential we are a match for anyone.”
Mayo go into the game as heavy favourites to qualify for their second consecutive final, but knowing their recent history Horan is not looking too far ahead.
“Talk of an All-Ireland final, to be honest it’s crazy. We’re just looking to be as good as we can be on August 25th”.
Listen to the full interview here