Galway’s Damien Comer wants his team-mates to keep their feet on the ground after continuing a 100% record in the Super 8s this afternoon. 

The Tribesmen won 0-19 to 0-16 against Kildare in Newbridge to all but seal a place in the last four of the All-Ireland Football Championship.

He told RTÉ Sport: "We knew coming here it was going to be really tough battle. We really got that. We're delighted to come out with the result.

"You have to take it game by game and we did that with the Kerry game and now this. There is nothing done yet. We have to play Monaghan on our home patch and that is where our eyes go to."

Galway have a week off now before welcoming Monaghan in their final game of the round-robin.

Comer conluded: "The weather we have had here has been very taxing on players. When you're playing week-in, week-out, it's taxing on the body.

"We're going to look forward to a little break and then be back at it with all eyes on Monaghan."