Out-of-contract Demons star, Angus Brayshaw has provided an update on his contract situation, saying he is in no rush to make a final decision and remains unmoved by the wider discussion about his next move.

Speaking onĀ SEN Breakfast, the 26-year-old, who is one of the biggest names on the free agency market, said he would continue to take his time over what is the biggest decision of his career and let his football continue to do the talking.

"It doesn't take a genius to figure out this is the most important decision I've got to make (with my career) and it's not one I'm taking lightly at all," Brayshaw said.

"I've got a heap of due diligence to do to feel comfortable about the decision I make, obviously I haven't decided yet. I understand that time is running out on the clock and people speculating, but fortunately, I'm not making the decision for any of them, it's a decision about what's best for me and I'll make it when I'm ready.

"One thing I'm quite proud of is that despite all the talk and the noise I haven't really let it affect the way I play footy and commit to the team.

"I feel really comfortable about the process I'm going through at the moment."

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 01: Angus Brayshaw of the Demons handballs whilst being tackled during the round three AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the Essendon Bombers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 01, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Brayshaw added that he did not want to be hurried into a premature decision, despite the heavy intrigue surrounding his future, and wants to make sure he makes the best decision for the rest of his career.

"I don't want to be rushed into a decision or pressured into something when I'm not on board with, which hasn't happened yet and isn't going to happen," he said.

"There will be a time where I come out with something and make a decision.

"I'm making sure I absolutely nail this one...it's the rest of my career we're talking about, so it's not something I'm taking lightly."

Currently playing off half-back under Simon Goodwin in 2022 and formerly featuring in the midfield and on the wing, the premiership star revealed that a positional change will be taken under serious consideration should he look elsewhere.

"It (position) is certainly something that comes into calculations," Brayshaw revealed.

"I've heard all sorts of theories about where I play my best footy...I'm really loving playing on the half-back flank this year.

"It came a bit out of nowhere and I absolutely love being a part of that group."

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 22: Andrew Brayshaw of the Dockers and brother Angus Brayshaw of the Demons embrace after the 2019 AFL round 14 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Fremantle Dockers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 22, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

Brayshaw has already been linked to a number of clubs in recent weeks, including Geelong, Essendon, and Fremantle with the trade period just over two months away.

Drafted with the 3rd pick in the 2014 National Draft, Brayshaw has played 137 games for the Demons and was integral towards the Dees' premiership success last season while playing on the wing.