Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher has revealed that they have a clean bill of health ahead of Saturday's Ulster SFC clash against Armagh.
The sides meet at Brewster Park and following a month of club action in Fermanagh, the entire squad have shaken off any niggles ahead of the weekend.
Gallagher is delighted to have a full squad to work with for the quarter-final clash and he admitted to the Fermanagh Herald that they will need everyone available to face the Orchard County.
"Paul (McCusker) and Sean (Quigley) got a bang on the finger and Ruairí (Corrigan) got a bang on the hand, but they're all ok. It's ironic, it never happened in the National League and you smile. But the one thing you fear is muscle injuries and we've been fairly ok," revealed Gallagher.
The sides met in the Division 3 league final at the end of March and Armagh came out on top on that occasion, but Gallagher and co will be hoping to make home advantage count.