AFL Rd 4 - Essendon v Carlton
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 27: Levi Casboult of the Blues runs with the ball during the round 4 AFL match between the Essendon Bombers and the Carlton Blues at Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 27, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)

Recently delisted Blues forward Levi Casboult is interested in continuing his career at another club next year.

The 154-gamer was delisted last month by Carlton, but has received interest from northern clubs in Brisbane and Gold Coast.

The bruising key-forward spoke on SEN breakfast on how he believes he still has some good footy ahead of him should a club give him another lifeline.

"I’m only 31 so hopefully (I’ve got) a couple of years left in the body," Casboult claimed.

"I think I’ve got plenty to offer whether it be for a short time or a couple of years.

"I’ve got the drive to play footy at the top level and I think I’ve still got plenty to offer at the top level as well.

"If that eventuates then I’m ready to go."

The recently-axed veteran still has the belief he can compete at AFL level, and is hoping he is given another chance.

"Obviously I’m a competitive person so if there’s the opportunity to do that at the top level, whether it be trying to win a premiership or developing young kids for the future, I just love playing footy," the key-forward said.

"I’ve still got the drive to do that."

The Dandenong Stingrays product plays both as a key-forward and a second ruck option and could prove to be of valuable assistance to Brisbane or Gold Coast to add to their list of talls.

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Casboult booted 156 goals in 154 games for the Blues since being drafted in 2012, which included being the leading goalkicker for Carlton in 2017 with 34 goals.