Armagh assistant manager Jim McCorry says they will have to up their game when they meet Fermanagh for the third time this season next month.
Kieran McGeeney's men travel to Enniskillen on May 19th looking to repeat the trick which saw them defeat the Ernesiders in the Allianz League Division 3 final at the end of last and ex-Down boss McCorry knows there's plenty to work on ahead of the showdown at Brewster Park.
"What we did in the two games will count for nothing in this encounter," McCorry is quoted saying by the Belfast Telegraph.
"This will be the real deal, red-hot championship football and it's going to be a different kettle of fish altogether. Having said that, our players are working very hard and you can take it from me that Kieran McGeeney brought them down to earth with a bump following their victory at Croke Park.
"We know we have lots of things to work on but the spirit within the camp is so good that people would think the team are more akin to a club side."