The manager of Geelong midfielder Charlie Constable has spoken on the young Cat's future, with a new deal yet to be signed for the 2022 season.

Constable was limited to just the three appearances in the blue and white hoops this season, tallying a total of just 12 matches since arriving at Kardinia Park via the 2017 National Draft.

Despite stunning form at VFL level, the contested midfielder has been unable to break into Chris Scott's extensive and star-studded midfield group.

The 22-year-old is out-of-contract this year and has been linked with a departure from Geelong in order to gain greater opportunities elsewhere.

Speaking on Trade Radio on Tuesday, Pask provided some direction on his client's future, stating discussions with Geelong have been ongoing.

“We’ve had good dialogue all year around opportunity and the need for opportunity," he said.

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30: Charlie Constable of the Cats is congratulated by team mates after kicking a goal during the round two AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Melbourne Demons at GMHBA Stadium on March 30, 2019 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

“The door’s not shut on Charlie returning to Geelong. They’ve got a very open mind in terms of where he may sit in 12 to 18 months down the track."

Pask did not rule out a potential move away from Geelong for Constable however, stating he and his client would be open to discussing a venture to another club.

“Should an opportunity arise now and it’s a good one … then obviously he will look at it," Pask added.

"What he does at the second-tier competition is nothing short of outstanding.

"I think we’ll know more in the next couple of weeks, but we’re very open-minded where he sits."

Constable has recorded 20 or more disposals in five games for the Cats, including a career-high 31 possessions in just his second game for Geelong.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: Charlie Constable of the Cats celebrates a goal during the 2019 AFL round 01 match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Geelong Cats at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 22, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

Across his three matches in 2021, Constable was named as a medical sub on two occasions and did not feature for the Cats after their Round 12 win over Hawthorn.

Geelong are looking to deal with the futures of several out-of-favour players this off-season, with Jordan Clark, Nathan Kreuger and Darcy Fort all gaining interest from rival clubs.