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."
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.