Aidan O'Shea better get to a telly soon after his All-Ireland semi-final admission
"It's not something that I've even thought about."
Mayo captain Aidan O'Shea has helped his team secure their spot in the All-Ireland semi-final.
They will play either Dublin or Kildare, but the midfielder isn't too interested on who the opposition is, keeping his focus solely on Mayo, and their own performances.
Speaking during a press event for PAIR Mobile, the repairs group ran by an Irish family that quickly fixed his broken phone, right at the height of the pandemic when connection to his friends and family was so important - the Breaffy man was asked what he thought about Mayo's potential opponents.
"It's not something that I've even thought about, I haven't even watched Dublin or Kildare up to this point, so if I get a chance this weekend, I'll sit back and watch the game and see who comes through.
"It's not really something that we're too concerned whether we play these teams, I think we're in a good place, we're where we want to be, we've progressed significantly from last year.
"The group has been expanded again, due to injuries, Covid, so lads got opportunities, and I think if we can just keep improving.
"We have seen flashes of what we can do, and whoever we play in the semi-final, if we can extend that period for longer, then we are going to be in with a great chance.