Delisted Lions veteran Mitch Robinson has revealed he remains open to keeping his career alive should the right club come asking.

Robinson confirmed earlier this month that his time at Brisbane had come to an end, deciding to hang up the boots after not being offered a new deal.

The 33-year-old has ambitions to work in sports journalism after working toward a university degree, holding hopes of being a player's advocate in the media after his football career.

But while his 247-game stint with the Blues and Lions looks to have reached its conclusion, Robinson revealed on AFL Trade Radio on Monday that he is open to adding to his career.

Robinson stated that his body feels primed for at least another year, however, a decision to join a third club will be dependent on how the move suits his young family.

"I think so," Robinson said

"My body is feeling as good as it's ever felt. I was playing some good footy.

"Yeah, the manager is doing some work behind the scenes, talking with a few clubs that have been approaching him.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 26: Blues coach Michael Malthouse gestures to Mitch Robinson during the round six AFL match between the Carlton Blues and the West Coast Eagles at Etihad Stadium on April 26, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

"I'd be in discussions with someone if it made sense. We're potentially gonna move back to Melbourne. But I was wondering if someone approached me... I could really help a list.

"It's all up to whether it makes sense for me and my family."

Robinson was drafted to Carlton in 2008 with the 40th overall pick and would make his AFL debut the following year.

He would depart Brisbane at the end of the 2014 season in a move to Brisbane, where he would win a best and fairest in his maiden season in Queensland.