Oisin McConville says that Armagh will fear no one in tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final draw, adding that he hopes his native county get Leinster champions Dublin in the morning.

The Orchard County impressed today as they saw off Donegal in Clones to gain revenge for their reversal against the same opposition in the Ulster SFC.

It means a trip to the last eight for the first time since 2017, and McConville believes that today's win will have given the team great confidence.

"That was a big monkey off their back," the 2002 All-Ireland winner said on RTÉ's The Sunday Game.

"Psychologically, Armagh have not had a good run against Donegal. That has flip-flopped in the last 10 years to where Donegal were.

"Today was a huge win for Armagh. There's been a real change from how we went about it in the league. Yes, there was a little bit of a drop off.

"That increased belief, and that couple of early wins - Dublin and Tyrone - is the springboard for where Armagh are today.

"They went to Ballybofey and they would have been hugely disappointed to go out with a bit of a whimper. They learned a lesson against Tyrone last week, they were a lot more open.

"Teams are going to get at them and get scores against them but Armagh are prepared for that and they don't drop the heads. They think they can do as much damage at the top end of the field.

"When people see the forward line that Armagh have, and they damage that they did today, they'll realise they're a match for anybody."

All-Ireland SFC quarter-final draw live on RTÉ on Monday

The draw will take place tomorrow morning on RTÉ's Morning Ireland just after 8.30, and McConville was asked who he wanted to avoid.

"There's one team I don't want Armagh to get, and that's Derry," he said.

"It's got very claustrophobic with Ulster teams. Personally speaking I'd love to see Armagh play Dublin. It would give us an unbelievable idea of where we're at.

"Dublin, regardless of how they played the last day, are there to be shot at. That's something that could come back to haunt me in the next week, or so, but I do think if you're looking for the draw you'd like - let's go for the jugular, let's get Dublin."

Speaking on the same programme eight time All-Ireland winner Pat Spillane poured a little bit of cold water on his co-analyst's enthusiasm.

"Of the four winners this weekend Armagh were the most impressive," he said.

"Let's be realistic, Kerry and Dublin are still well ahead of the rest. Armagh are probably next."