Fremantle great Matthew Pavlich has urged his former club to move for two Western Australian products currently residing with Victorian clubs.

The six-time Dockers best and fairest winner named Richmond gun Shai Bolton and Geelong speedster Jordan Clark as key targets Fremantle should push to lure back home.

The aforementioned pair have long been linked with returns to WA, with Bolton coming off-contract at season's end and likely demanding a large bump in salary following an impressive run of form this season.

While his electrifying 2021 season has aided the Tigers' push for finals contention, it has created a headache for their list management, with Richmond coach Damien Hardwick previously stating Bolton will likely need to take a cheaper deal to remain at Punt Road should he turn down lucrative offers elsewhere.

Clark's situation is another that has gained attention of rival clubs, with the promising utility out-of-favour at Kardinia Park.

The 20-year-old has featured in Chris Scott's side on just nine occasions this year, including multiple stints as the medical sub and once going unused.

The young Cat has shown promising glimpses across his 30 games in the hoops, with Pavlich backing the Dockers to move for Clark and Bolton at this year's exchange period.

“In terms of trading, Freo should absolutely still go after the likes of (Jordan) Clark and (Shai) Bolton from Western Australia to get them home and play for the Dockers,” Pavlich said on SEN WA’s Gilly and Goss.

The Dockers look to be one of the busier clubs heading into the 2021 trade and free agency windows, with gun midfielder Adam Cerra and ruck/forward utility Rory Lobb recently emerging as players with uncertain futures in purple.

Cerra looks to be one of the most coveted names in 2021, with several Victorian clubs circling the 21-year-old's signature.

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Adam Cerra of the Dockers celebrates after scoring a goal during the round five AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Western Bulldogs at Optus Stadium on April 21, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Pavlich believes that Cerra will remain in Perth past this season, but admits it could be on a shorter deal that Fremantle fans would hope for.

“I think Adam Cerra’s going to stay,” Pavlich told

“All the talk is that as the year goes on and the end of the season nears, everyone’s saying that he’s going to go.

“It may not be the four-year or the five-year longer-term deal that everyone at Fremantle would like him to sign, but it might be a shorter contract.

“I think he’ll stay, and I think he should stay. Get himself to that free agency window and then he can make that call."