Cathal Murray has called on his Galway side to try and win back-to-back All-Irelands in order to be included in the conversation for inter-county camogie's greatest sides.
His team fought back from a three-point deficit against Cork on Sunday at Croke Park to claim their second All-Ireland in three years in a third final appearance in succession.
That makes them the most decorated Galway side in the county's history at national level - the two titles in this generation being exactly half their all-time total - but the manager believes they can push on to even greater heights.
"I think they're the most successful Galway team we've had. There's no debate there," he said in the post-match press conference.
"I think to win two All-Irelands in three years is really, really special. For me, the great teams have done it back-to-back, that's my own opinion.
"You look at Wexford in the three-in-a-row, you look at Cork in '14, '15, '17 and '18, they did the back-to-back and I think that's the challenge now for this team."
However, Murray added that the competition at the top of the game will make that aim a real test for Galway.
"Tipperary are coming, I don't think they got the credit they deserved," he said of their 2021 semi-final opponents.
"I think Kilkenny were in the minor final and I think they won the minor and they were in the Intermediate final today, so they're coming as well.
"So it's going to take a lot of work to stay ahead of the rest. But it's great to be up there. But we probably need to win another All-Ireland if we want to be called a great team."