BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 05: Lukas Webb of the Bulldogs is tackled by Alex Witherden of the Lions during the round 20 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Western Bulldogs at The Gabba on August 5, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Western Bulldogs midfielder, Lukas Webb, is likely to explore his options and look for a fresh start, according to reports in the Herald Sun.

The talented youngster has struggled to break into the Bulldogs’ midfield, despite some impressive form in the VFL.

The Herald Sun reports the Bulldogs have offered the 21-year-old a new two-year deal and are keen to retain his services, however, he is weighing up his options as he looks for more opportunities at senior level.

The Gold Coast Suns are reportedly one of the clubs likely to look into the Gippsland product, who was recruited with pick No.27 in the 2014 National Draft.

Webb has played 19 career games with the Dogs since making his debut in round three, 2015, however, has managed just four matches at senior level this season, with his last coming in round 20 against Brisbane. He has averaged 10.5 disposals in four games this year.