Donegal manager Declan Bonner is refusing to get carried away after his side put on a commanding performance to beat Armagh 1-12 to 0-13 in their Ulster Championship semi-final at Kingspan Breffni Park.
A blistering first-half display meant that Donegal were all but out of sight of Armagh at the break, running up a 1-12 to 0-3 lead.
Donegal had 13 different scorers and Armagh had no answer to their forward play with Peadar Mogan and Niall O'Donnell to the fore.
Given the nature of their triumph, Donegal's status as genuine All-Ireland challengers has been raised but Bonner is not looking past the next game when they'll play either Cavan or Down.
"We’ve an Ulster final in seven or eight days time and that our only concern at this stage," Bonner told RTÉ Sport.
"It was a good performance from our point of view. It was a good, hard-working performance and I thought the lads really applied themselves well.
"The starting 15 and the guys off the bench all contributed. We’re just delighted to get over the line and get back into an Ulster final.
"We know we started the game well, especially the second quarter where we tagged on a lot of points. The goal was always going to be a big score in the game and it was incredibly finished by Peadar Mogan."
Bonner still sees areas in which his side can improve and he admitted that he has a couple of injury concerns ahead of the Ulster final.
"There’s definitely room for improvement and we’ll go back and analyse that but we’ve a big seven or eight days ahead of us towards an Ulster final.
"When we got back in and analyse it, we’re always looking for room to improve, whether that’s in our ball handling or tactics but I thought a lot of our game today was very good.
"We did pick up a number of injures which is probably going to test the squad. Three or four of the lads came off with knocks and it’s a very short turn around so we’ll see what happens when we get back inside but it will be touch and go for those guys."