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Donegal corner forward Jamie Brennan insists he is not a guaranteed starter for the Ulster final against Fermanagh on 24 June.
Donegal progressed to their seventh Ulster SFC final in eight years with a 2-22 to 1-12 semi-final victory over Down at St Tiernach's Park, Clones on Sunday.
Declan Bonner's side will now face the Ernesiders in the Ulster final in Clones in two weeks' time.
Brennan scored 1-3 against Down, but the Realt Na Mara youngster insists he has no guarantees of a starting place against Fermanagh.
"Competition is tight - you have Cian Mulligan and Daire O' Baoill coming on and Mark McHugh. It will be a tight two weeks but hopefully I will keep my jersey for the final," he told BBC Sport NI.
"We have a lot of young lads who aren't used to being in this position, and we got a trimming from Tyrone last year, so it is nice to be back in an Ulster final.
"But I feel I am settling in a bit more compared to last year, and I am always improving."
The Tir Chonaill played most of the match with 14 men after All Star full-back Neil McGee who was shown a straight red card for kneeing Down forward Connaire Harrison in the back.
"Neil's sending off wasn't part of the plan, and they got a few scores off the bounce. But we regrouped at half-time and kicked on then," he continued.
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