Dublin Under 21 boss Dessie Farrell admits Con O'Callaghan has a tough decision to make in the near future.
The youngster co-captained the Boys in Blue last night, as they beat Offaly to win a record fourth Eirgrid Leinster football title in-a-row.
O'Callaghan has also starred for Cuala in recent months, as they claimed a first ever All Ireland Club Hurling title on St Patrick’s Day.
The attacker has already insisted that his main Dublin focus for the time being is with the senior footballers.
He was part of the Dublin panel that claimed the All-Ireland last October, beating Mayo in the final replay.
And, chatting to Midlands 103 after last night’s game, Farrell admitted O’Callaghan would need to make a decision soon on which code he will be putting his attention into in the coming years.
"He's a great talent at both codes.
“It's really really difficult to commit to both at that elite level, so Con has decisions to make for sure about his own future.
“But he’s more than just a talent, he’s an exceptional attitude.
"Every day is a learning day for Con.
“We feel very privileged to be in a position to coach him.
“Sometimes it’s the other way around!”