WATCH: Donal O’Grady: Limerick “have plenty to work on” ahead of All-Ireland final

Ahead of the All-Ireland final with Waterford on Sunday week, Limerick selector Donal O’Grady says there is plenty for his side to work on.

Limerick have gone four from four in the championship but have been relatively subdued in large parts of their past two games.

For O’Grady, this is an ideal scenario with the side showing a capability to win despite underperforming.

“Plenty to work on. But we are after four very tough games and thank God we have come out the right side. So it’s a good sign of the team that we are expecting more but winning the games.”

O’Grady gave a mixed update on Aaron Gillane giving the Patrickswell star a “50-50” chance of making the All-Ireland final.

The selector also discussed the semi-final win over Galway, the previous meeting with Waterford and the differences in being on the sideline in comparison to watching on from the stands.

Watch the interview in full below.

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