Fremantle CEO Steve Rosich says he is confident star midfielder Nat Fyfe will stay with the club beyond this season.
Fyfe, who is out of contract and set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the year, is widely tipped to explore his free agency options this October.
The 2015 Brownlow Medalist is expected to command as much $1.2-$1.5 million per season.
Despite the huge sums of money set to be thrown his way, Rosich says he is “comfortable with where” Fyfe is currently at.
“I caught up with Nathan and his manager a week or so ago for breakfast, Rosich said.
“Those sorts of things are on-going and we will just work through it and get it done at the right time.
“There’s no timeframe we need to work to.
“It’s a big story because he’s such a great player.
“I feel really comfortable with where Nathan is at.
“He’s total committed to the cause, he’s working incredibly hard and he’s looking terrific on the track.
“He’s here not only to perform at his best level, but to help the team perform at their best level and make sure that the Fremantle Dockers football team is as good a team as they can be.”
Fyfe has played 117 games with Fremantle, including the 2013 grand final loss to Hawthorn, since being selected with pick No.20 in the 2009 National Draft.