SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 15: Leon Cameron, coach of the Giants, looks on during the round 17 AFL match between the Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Sydney Swans at Spotless Stadium on July 15, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

GWS Giant coach Leon Cameron is reportedly set to step down from his role as senior coach of Greater Western Sydney.

Cameron's future has been highly speculated throughout the course of this year as his contract with the club expires at the cessation of this season, while the Giants are also tied to 15th on the ladder after the opening eight rounds.

Both Cameron and GWS were understood to have parked contract talks until the end of the season, however, the Giants coach is understood to have notified the club of his decision to step away from his duties, according to SEN's Sam Edmund.

Cameron's decision will see Mark McVeigh step in as caretaker coach of the New South Wales club, with this weekend's match against the Blues on Sunday set to be Cameron's final at the helm of Greater Western Sydney.

Cameron debuted as senior coach of the Giants in 2014, taking on the role as successor to inaugural coach Kevin Sheedy.

Across 192 matches as coach, Cameron has amassed a record of 101-4-87, including a 53.85% win rate in finals from 13 games.

The Giants are set to make a formal club announcement at 11am AEST on Thursday.