Greater Western Sydney forward Jake Riccardi is understood to be assessing his options for the future after being tabled a new deal by the Giants.

According to AFL.com.auRiccardi is weighing up whether to accept the club's offer or field the interest of rival suitors.

The 21-year-old has played just the seven matches this season for Greater Western Sydney, with his most recent coming as an unused medical sub.

The high-flying forward is currently placed behind the likes of Jeremy Finlayson, Harry Himmelberg and Jesse Hogan in the Giants' attacking pecking order.

Riccardi has shown some promise as a defender however, and has been utilised as a swingman by coach Leon Cameron.

Dominant VFL form has given rival clubs a decent glimpse into Riccardi's potential, highlighted by an eight-goal outing against Aspley last month.

A number of Victorian clubs could look to lure the former Werribee forward back to his home state, with several sides hoping to bolster their key forward stocks at this year's exchange period.

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The Bombers and Kangaroos are two clubs that are looking into that exact mould to add to their list this off-season.

The Giants have a number of contract calls to make this year, with superstar midfielder Josh Kelly also weighing up a return to Victoria.

According to AFL.com.au, GWS are looking to secure the services of small forward Bobby Hill to a new deal past the 2022 season.