Geelong midfielder Quinton Narkle is reportedly set to hold off on making a decision on his future until the end of the 2021 season.

As reported by The Age's Peter Ryan, Narkle's management have held discussions with the club recently to discuss the speedster's future, but a final call isn't close to being made.

Off-contract this year, Narkle has had a timely run of form in recent weeks with the Cats, including a 34-disposal performance against the Suns in Round 10.

Injuries and selection have limited the 23-year-old to just the six games so far this season, but has since cemented his place in Chris Scott's side.

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The Perth and Wesley College product has been previously linked to a return home to Western Australia, with both the Dockers and Eagles having monitored the onballer at the end of last year.

Narkle turned his back on any reported interest when he signed a new one-year deal with Geelong last November.

Narkle's manager Ralph Carr will now look to progress talks with the Cats, with the club likely facing a salary cap squeeze in 2021 as a number of key players remain unsigned past this year.

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 10: Quinton Narkle of the Cats snaps a goal during the round 21 AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at GMHBA Stadium on August 10, 2019 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Geelong are understood to be nearing a new deal for restricted free agent Jake Kolodjashnij, while star midfielder and Carji Greeves favourite Cam Guthrie is sure to warrant a pay rise.

Captain Joel Selwood and defensive duo Jed Bews and Lachie Henderson are also yet to recommit to the Cats.