AFTER an eight year stint with Fingal Ravens Mick Deegan is moving on to pasture new after newly appointed Dublin manager Jim Gavin named his new selection team during the week.The 1991 All-Star who won an All-Ireland along side Gavin in 1991 is named as selector alongside former Leitrim and Connacht winning captain, Declan Darcy (Clanna Gael Fontenoys), Mick Kennedy (DCU) and Shane O'Hanlon (St Vincents). Having drawn either Westmeath or Carlow in last week's Leinster Championship draw Deegan believes that no stone will be left unturned as Dublin begin the rebuilding process after their disappointing exit to Mayo in last month's All Ireland semi-final. 'I believe there is hidden talent out there and you just have to go out and find them. That may mean us looking through the lower divisions. 'But remember I used to play against teams from Meath and Galway and teams like that were made up of players from junior clubs as well.' Following the completion of the club championships it is intended to have an informal meeting with the current players, with trial games to be conducted in a bid to unearth the next Alan or Bernard Brogan. And Deegan has assured upcoming players that the door will not be closed should they fail to shine on one particular day. 'Obviously if you play in the lower leagues you aren't playing against the top players and that can hold certain lads back. But it's only a matter of getting used to playing at a high level so we would be hoping to work with them to achieve that. 'Overall we will be looking at a series of games be it in the league or in trial games, so everyone will get a second chance to prove themselves.' Having played with Dublin from minor up for 18 years, Deegan certainly brings a good pedigree with him, particularly at club level where he guided Ravens to Intermediate championship success in 2007. And he is particularly proud of his time with the Rolestown club which saw them reach the All Ireland decider where they lost out to Moycullen the following year. 'When I took over they were bottom of Division 2 and struggling in the Intermediate championship so I would like to think I've left them in a good place.' 'Thankfully we have secured our senior championship status this season, and hopefully if results go our way, we will stay up in Division 1 as well.'