Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has urged the Orchard County fans to have some "faith" in his side after they came from behind late on to beat Clare.
The Munster side led by four points with 66 minutes gone but Armagh scored 1-05 without reply to prevail by four and move into round 4 of the SFC qualifiers.
While the team never gave up, McGeeney felt that some more encouragement from the stands was in order.
"It’s funny, you turn around and you see people leaving," he told RTÉ Sport.
"Maybe sometimes a wee bit of faith in some of the young boys would go a long way.
"Everything that could go wrong seemed to be going wrong... the character the players showed was [great].
"We seemed to kick wide after wide in the first half and we overplayed the ball instead of playing it in short.
"To show that type of character and win by four points is something we can be proud of."
Having already met Fermanagh in the Ulster championship, Armagh will be drawn against one of Cork, Laois or Roscommon, live on RTÉ Radio 1 on Monday morning.
Asked if he would prefer one side over another, he joked: "No, they all hate us."
I'll be presenting the draw for Round 4 of the All-Ireland football qualifiers on Monday at 8.35am on @morningireland My studio guests will be GAA President John Horan and Dublin goalkeeper Ciara Trant @RTEgaa— Pauric Lodge (@pauriclodge) June 30, 2018