Any Mayo fans feeling under-appreciated need to listen to what Cillian O'Connor has to say
Just know that Cillian O'Connor loves you.
Any Mayo fans out there feeling frustrated by their team's performances? Not feeling the affection from the players? Well, it's okay, the team do love you.
The red and green army travelled down in force to Gaelic Grounds to watch their side labour to an extra time win against Cork in a pulsating affair.
Anything about how poor the team were that day, or at least in the second half, the travelling contingent represented themselves well.
Mayo captain Cillian O'Connor spoke after the game and had a clear message to supporters
"I've goosebumps there when you're talking about it," O'Connor told Mike Finnerty of Mayo News in an interview broadcast on Sky Sports.
"When we came out, maybe an hour before the game, to see the stand three-quarters full of Mayo people, the players don't take that for granted, you can trust me on that.
"It's mind blowing the support we have every day we take to the field, it's about doing it for each it for each other and it's about doing it for the people in the stand."
Mayo are in action again this weekend as they face Roscommon in the All-Ireland quarter finals as they continue their bid to win the Sam Maguire for the first time since 1951.