Carlton coach Michael Voss is reportedly in line to sign a new two-year extension and remain with the Blues until the end of the 2026 season.

Voss is one of several coaches currently off-contract ahead of the new AFL season and is set to enter his third term with the Princes Park club after succeeding David Teague following the 2021 season.

The Blues amassed a preliminary final finish and a return to the top eight last year after a shaky opening half of the season, with Voss helping guide his side to the penultimate game of the year before bowing out of the race.

The stellar rise up the ranks has buoyed the Blues' beliefs in the Brisbane great following a difficult period for the club, with Voss now likely to start the coming campaign signed on for the following two years.

According to SEN's Sam Edmund, Carlton and their coach are set to ramp up talks and likely finalise a new deal for the 48-year-old in the coming weeks.

"Michael is out of contract at the end of this year, this is the final year of a three-year deal. He's set to be rewarded for a new contract in the coming weeks is my information," Edmund said on Wednesday morning.

"Carlton is still hunting that drought-breaking premiership, they think 'Vossy' is their man.

"It would be a two-year contract extension. It's seen as a priority at Ikon Park at the moment and talks on this will ramp up after Carlton chiefs return from their Christmas break.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 08: Michael Voss, Senior Coach of the Blues celebrates during the 2023 AFL First Elimination Final match between the Carlton Blues and the Sydney Swans at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 08, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

"They did start (talks) last year between club and coach, they did progress steadily, but then the holiday period obviously has intervened."

Voss added 13 wins, nine losses and a draw to his career coaching tally in 2023, which was also strengthened with a winning record season at Carlton the year prior despite the club's failure to finish in the top eight.

His expected re-signing will see the Brownlow Medal winner become the latest coach to land a new deal, with Melbourne's Simon Goodwin adding two years to his deal last August.

Goodwin was also set to come out of contract in 2024, now leaving the likes of Adelaide's Matthew Nicks, Geelong's Chris Scott and Fremantle's Justin Longmuir without deals beyond this year.

Reports over the past six months have suggested both Scott and Nicks could be close to recommitting to their respective clubs.