Relief was the overriding emotion for Mayo manager Stephen Rochford following yesterday's seven point All-Ireland SFC qualifier success over Clare.
Rochford's side overturned a two point half-time deficit to prevail on a scoreline of 2-14 to 0-13 and, speaking to RTE Sport afterwards, the winning manager commented: "When you are coming through the qualifiers there is a certain amount of relief.
"We weren't anywhere near where we wanted to be in the first half, but thankfully we only went in at half-time two points down and we were probably lucky to be only two points down.
"We set ourselves a target of getting the first score [in the second half] and from there we kicked on and we got a goal at a real early part of that third quarter, and I think that ignited that second half performance.
"I think you saw more of what we're about in the second half. I don't think we were at our best but I think we are moving in the right direction."