Kieran McGeeney says his Armagh team are 'good enough' to win the Ulster title

Kieran McGeeney believes his Armagh team have the ability to go all the way to this year's Ulster Football title.

McGeeney's side suffered relegation from Division Two of this year's Football League but the Armagh boss still says his team has the quality to challenge strongly for the provincial title.

Armagh will go into Sunday's Ulster quarter-final against Cavan as underdogs but McGeeney remains upbeat.

"We have the players. They have the desire and there's a good balance in the squad," said the Armagh boss.

"Although we have a very young team, we have a couple of elder statesmen like Ciaran (McKeever) and Andy Mallon, and other players like that."