Jim Gavin looks set to take his Dublin side into the All-Ireland final against Kerry with a full panel to pick from with news that his biggest injury worry doesn't look to be that big after all.
There had been concerns over a hamstring injury that Cian O'Sullivan picked up in the win over Mayo last Saturday. However, the Dublin boss has moved to ease those worries by revealing that the Kilmacud Crokes man was only suffering from some soft tissue damage as opposed to something more serious.
Cian is in good form, he was training with us last night so the medical team are doing a great job with him and are very positive for next weekend.
There had also been some suggestions that Johnny Cooper had also picked up a knock but Gavin confirmed that, other than keeping an eye on O'Sullivan, he had no other injury concerns ahead of the Dub's second final All-Ireland meeting with Kerry in five years.