Fremantle swingman Griffin Logue will have plenty to ponder come the end of the 2022 season, with at least four clubs currently chasing the 24-year-old's services.

Logue joined the Cockburn club ahead of the 2017 season after being taken with the 8th pick of the 2016 National Draft.

Having strung together 55 games in purple since debuting in Round 3 of 2017, Logue has created waves within the competition with his steady deeds at both ends of the ground.

Yet, with Logue currently within the final year of his deal as a Docker, the 193cm prospect has begun to garner interest from a litany of suitors on the open market.

As has been stated across the course of the current season, each of Collingwood, Essendon, Richmond and Carlton have been linked with the Swan Districts product.

However, a shift further north could well be on the cards, with The West Australian reporting that Brisbane has entered the race for Logue's signature.

While possibly consigned to losing free-agent Daniel McStay at the cessation of the season, Logue's rebirth as a forward is sure to have piqued eyes at the pride.

Despite originally being drafted as a key defender, Logue's shift ahead of the ball due to the Dockers' riches in defensive 50 has paid dividends, including the Guildford Grammar graduate's two-goal game against Brisbane earlier in the year.

Although Logue has been linked with a shift across the Nullarbor, he has previously professed that he has no public intention to part ways with Fremantle any time soon.

“I definitely want to stay here, for sure," Logue told 9News Perth in May.

“I’m a Perth boy and I’ve always grown up around here. Dad’s always been a big Freo fan as well.

“I’ll let that sort itself out towards the end of the year. For now, it’s a pretty simple focus on playing the best footy I can personally, but more so as a team and see where we can really take it.”

Logue has been selected by head coach Justin Longmuir to start Fremantle's fixture against Port Adelaide from the bench, with the Sunday evening clash set to round out Round 16.