Glen Rovers star Patrick Horgan believes that if his side live up to their potential, they’ll have enough to lift the Munster senior hurling club title this weekend.
Horgan’s Cork champions take on their Clare counterparts Ballyea on Sunday, hoping to claim the Munster crown for the first time since 1976.
Glen Rovers came from behind to edge out Patrickswell by a single point in a thrilling Munster semi-final clash at the Gaelic Grounds, having already claimed their second Cork title in a row with victory over Erin's Own.
Meanwhile Ballyea had to battle back themselves in their semi-final, coming from seven points down to beat the much-fancied Thurles Sarsfields.
While this is not the final many observers would have predicted, Horgan is confident that in the battle of the surprise packages, Glen Rovers will have the edge.
"All we want to do is focus on ourselves," Horgan told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland.
"They could be brilliant and they’re obviously a good team because they’re in a Munster final.
"But this Glen team that we have, if we just focus on ourselves, and as long as we get a performance out of ourselves that will be enough.
"We know we’re plenty good enough to win any game no matter who we play, so we just hope that on the day we’ll be tuned in and that we’ll get a performance out of ourselves."