ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Eddie Betts of the Crows walks onto the ground for his 300th AFL game during the round 5 AFL match between Adelaide and the Gold Coast at Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Despite the question marks over his future at the club, Eddie Betts’ manager Garry Winter has made it clear his client is aiming to finish his career as a Crow in an interview with The Age on Wednesday.

“Certainly we’re not sitting down and negotiating with any clubs, I can assure you of that, and there’s no offers from any clubs at the moment either,” Winter said.

“His objective – I’ve had this discussion with Eddie many many times – is to play out his career at the Crows.”

After getting dropped to the twos last week, Betts was recalled for Adelaide’s Saturday night clash against St Kilda.

The veteran is a cult hero amongst Crows fans, with the 32-year-old leading the club’s goal-kicking with 32 goals so far this season, but has gone goalless in three of his past four outings.

His contract expires at the end of the 2020 season.