BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 04: Jarrad Waite of the Kangaroos celebrates victory with the fans after the round 20 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at The Gabba on August 4, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Veteran North Melbourne forward Jarrad Waite has revealed he’s leaning toward playing on next season, but is yet to hold any discussions with the club.

The 35-year old’s only managed to play 10 games this season, with an ongoing calf injury hampering his chances for greater opportunity. He has still been able to boot the 24 goals, however.

“For me it’s about these next (three) games. I obviously got through the game on the weekend and then basically just a decision has to be made I think,” Waite told SEN Breakfast.

“I obviously know 13 games, it’s not enough (for a season), so I’d potentially like to play on next year, but I know that I’m getting older and so it’s a decision we sort of have to make.

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“I will definitely have a think about it in the next couple of weeks, but then again I don’t know where the club’s heads are at with me so it’s probably a conversation that has to happen.

“To be completely honest, I haven’t thought about it a whole lot, when I was out with my calf I was hellbent on getting back and I just want to play finals, that’s a massive goal for our club.”