Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher says his side face a massive test when they take on Tyrone in the McKenna Cup semi-final at Brewster Park today.

The new Erne boss has led his charges to three successive wins against Monaghan, Queens and Donegal to book their spot in the last four but he knows that a tough test lies ahead for his side against Mickey Harte's outfit.

“Tyrone are one of the top three or four teams in the country so it will be a massive ask for us again. Tyrone will have 11 or 12 of their team that will play in the National League so it is going to be a massive challenge,” said Gallagher.

Gallagher was speaking after watching his side beat Donegal by three points on Wednesday night and he was pleased in general with his side's performance on the night.

“I thought we played quite well, I thought we controlled a lot of the game. There was maybe a 12 or 13 minute period after 15 minutes or so where Donegal dominated and we were very poor on our own kick out but we took good control after that.

“Look, we should have won the game by more than three points, we overplayed it and missed chances, Eoin had a goal chance and I don't agree with putting it over the bar it should be in the net so we have to learn to be a bit more ruthless,” he added.

Fermanagh full forward Seamie Quigley was named man of the match after he scored 1-07 but Gallagher says that the Roslea still has a lot of work to do if he is to be a regular feature in his side.

“His first point was a confident, nonchalant strike and we know that he has that ability but Seamie has got to put the head down and knuckle down, he is not fit enough for what we would like. We gave him a couple of games in the McKenna Cup and he has got maybe more game time than what we thought so he has got to really work hard over this next 15 or 16 days,” stated Gallagher.