Jim McGuinness has insisted he has no regrets about his decision to walk away from the Donegal job after four glorious years in charge.
McGuinness took Donegal football from the gutter to the highest peak possible when they captured the All-Ireland title in 2012.
He also guided Donegal to three Ulster SFC titles for good measure, and almost delivered a second All-Ireland success before becoming unstuck against Kerry in September.
However, McGuinness decided to quit after four-years at that helm, saying he wanted to focus on his Sports Performance Consultant role at Celtic FC.
His former assistant Rory Gallagher has replaced McGuinness.
However, McGuinness insists he has no regrets about leaving the job and says he’s comfortable with the decision he made.
McGuinness told The Irish Daily Star, “I’m very busy with work and it’s a busy schedule in Glasgow. I’m really enjoying it.
“There hasn’t really been any time to reflect. It’ll only really be when the (Donegal) games start – but it’s hard to say.
“It’s something I’m very comfortable with to be honest with you. It’s a decision that I’d going around in my head for a very long time.
“I’m with happy with and I think Donegal football is in a really good place. The future is bright.
“You’d like to think we won’t be too far away competing for major honours.Tags: