Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher is looking for improvement this week when his side host Offaly at Brewster Park in their second Division Three game.
Fermanagh picked up the points from their opening encounter against Wexford but Gallagher acknowledges that they will need to lift their game from the performance they displayed last week.
“I suppose that you look forward to the start of the league and you just want to get up and running and we’ve done that.
“There are obviously lots of things that we will look to improve on but that’s the nature of the league, you have got to move on very quickly. Offaly is another challenge now and the objective is to get another win. We realise that the performance that last day was very average but at the same time we got what we wanted which was the win and we have to move on,” said the Fermanagh boss.
Offaly suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Longford last Sunday in Tullamore. The game was almost done and dusted at the break with Longford going in with a 0-14 to 1-01 half time lead before finishing up 3-18 to 1-13 victors.
Gallagher though is not about to read too much into the opening day defeat for the Faithful county.
“Last year Armagh gave them a very heavy beating, I think Armagh scored six goals that day ,but Offaly went out the next week and won. They are a very proud county and they always produce very good footballers. 
“We’ll not read too much into their loss last week, I think there was a strong breeze as well and I think when that happens the game can go away from a team. We’ll be doing our homework on Offaly and trying to get a better performance from ourselves,” he added.
And if they can get that improvement then Gallagher believes that they can make it two wins out of two.
“We have got one foot on the ladder now and we want to keep climbing it and we want to go into the mini break with as many points as possible. It is always that wee bit easier when you are playing at home and don’t have to travel so we need to make the most of that now. I think if we can produce a very good level of performance we will be well capable of winning on Sunday,” he said.
The Fermanagh manager also reported no further injuries were picked up on Sunday and he is hopeful of a return to action for some of those who missed the Wexford game.
“All being well Ciaran Corrigan will hopefully play a bit for St. Mary’s this week so we would hope to have him back in the squad and we just have to wait and see with Tomás and Ruairi. They are rehabing and recovering it’s just whether they are ready for this week. We will know better on Thursday about them,” said Gallagher.