The leader of Fianna Fáil has said he is aiming to win the general election - by getting more votes than any other party.
Micheál Martin is insisting Fianna Fáil will offer a real choice to voters - and tell them that a Fine Gael government is not inevitable.
The party's holding an Ard Fheis in Dublin today - its last major gathering before the election campaign.
Deputy Martin has said he wants to offer a real alternative - and will not put Enda Kenny back into office: “I keep hearing people coming and saying will you get rid of this crowd or get rid of this Government, now maybe they are people more favourably disposed to me coming up to me saying that, I acknowledge that, but nonetheless that is the frequent refrain.
“What they are clearly saying to me though is they do not want me to put Enda Kenny back in as Taoiseach, they want change and they want difference.”