Cathal Cregg says Roscommon will be gunning for two more points when they host Cork in in the national football league this weekend.
Victory in Sunday's Division Two Round Seven clash at Dr Hyde Park would guarantee the Rossies an immediate return to the top flight and Cregg - who takes up the role of Connacht GAA Provincial Games Development Manager in two weeks - points out that Kevin McStay's men are up for the challenge:
"It is nice to be back involved, it is nice to be very competitive in Division Two," he told gaa.ie. "There is not a whole pile between a whole lot of teams. We just about got over Cavan at the weekend which was great.
"We have to get points on the board this weekend, it is great that it is in our own hands. If we can get a point or two points at the weekend we are guaranteed to get back to Division One and it would be great to get back to that level."