Cora Staunton has reiterated that her time in a Mayo jersey is over.
The 37-year-old is currently in Australia playing for AFL Women's side Great Western Sydney Giants.
"I'd be the type of person who says never say never alright but my Mayo days are done certainly," Staunton told Jerome Quinn.
Last year, she was one of 12 players to depart the Mayo panel following a row with the management team.
I've had 24 seasons playing with them, it's quite a long time. I've been lucky enough that I've played for that length of time and practically injury-free and played every championship season - that's what's been huge.
Staunton said that she will continue to play for her club Carnacon once she returns to Ireland.
"My focus will be on Carnacon when I go back. Last year was a rough year for us. In saying that, I think we won our 20th county title out of 21, which is massive.
"We were pipped in the Connacht final by Kilkerrin/Clonberne, who are a smashing team.
"I'll keep playing with the club as long as the body allows me to."
The 11-time All-Star, now in her second season playing for Great Western Sydney, added that a decision regarding her future with the club will be made in a month's time. She believes that the expansion of the league next season will see an even greater influx of Irish players.
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