Delisted Giant Sam Reid is looking to continue his AFL career past this season following Greater Western Sydney's decision not to offer the veteran a new deal for 2022.

Reid, who was axed alongside fellow inaugural Giants Matt Buntine this week, has now been delisted on three occasions throughout his peculiar career.

The Queenslander first made his AFL debut with the Bulldogs in 2008, playing four seasons at Whitten Oval before moving to the Giants ahead of the 2012 season.

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Reid was cut from Greater Western Sydney's list at the end of 2013, before being re-drafted by the club three years later.

At the conclusion of 2017, Reid was axed again, only to be selected by GWS in the 2018 Rookie Draft.

After a number of strong campaigns in the orange and charcoal, Reid now finds himself without a home again.

However, despite the latest setback, the 31-year-old is keen to extend his 108-game career.

Speaking on SENReid said he believes he has plenty left to offer the game.

"If I didn’t have the drive or competitive edge that I have, I’d happily retire and move on from football,” Reid said. “But I’ve definitely got that.

"Even playing in the final this year against the Swans, I feel like there’s still unfinished (business) and I’ve still got plenty left to give out on the football field.

“My body is feeling really well, I just want to compete, I definitely have (the) drive to get somewhere else and try and keep playing.

“But how that pans out, we never know, I’ll have to wait and see, wait until the season has finished completely and the trade period and all that type of thing.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 19: Sam Reid of the Giants kicks the ball during the 2016 AFL Round 13 match between the Essendon Bombers and the GWS Giants at Etihad Stadium on June 19, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

“After 10 years at the same club I’m actually really looking forward to what’s next and getting a fresh start somewhere hopefully.”

The Giants have announced that duo Nick Shipley and Tom Hutchesson have also been delisted as the club looks to shape its list for next season.

Greater Western Sydney managed an impressive campaign in 2021, managing a finals win to land a top-six finish to the year, defying the belief of many.