Collingwood are set to offer veteran Levi Greenwood a new one-year deal for the 2021 season, per The Age's Peter Ryan.

The Magpies are understood to be holding off on any contract announcements until after their season is concluded, with Darcy Moore, Jordan De Goey, Josh Daicos and Brody Mihocek all remaining without a deal for next year.

Since his return in round 13 from a knee injury, Greenwood has been a strong role player for Nathan Buckley and will now look ahead to a 14th season in the league.

Greenwood kept West Coast star Tim Kelly to just 13 touches during Saturday night's epic one-point victory over the Eagles in the elimination final.

The Magpies tagger will potentially be eyeing a four quarter contest against Geelong captain Joel Selwood on Saturday night if the Cats midfielder is cleared to play following finger surgery.

Greenwood joined Collingwood in 2015, with the Magpies gaining the now 31-year-old along with Jack Crisp and the draft selection that would turn into Jordan De Goey in a deal that saw Dayne Beams head north to the Lions.