West Coast v Fremantle - 2021 AFL Community Series
PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 07: Nathan Vardy of the Eagles competes in a ruck contest with Lloyd Meek of the Dockers during the 2021 AAMI Community Series match between the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers at Optus Stadium on March 7, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Contracted Fremantle tall Lloyd Meek is set to assess his options ahead of the upcoming trade period, with the ruckman tipped to test the market in November.

Meek still has a season to run on his current deal with the Dockers, however, with the prospect of stellar Demon Luke Jackson landing at Cockburn next season, senior minutes are sure to become few and far between for the 24-year-old.

At present, Meek is currently plying his trade with the Dockers' WAFL affiliate, Peel Thunder, and hasn't tasted AFL action since Fremantle's come-from-behind win over GWS in Canberra during Round 23.

Though the ilk of Griffin Logue, Blake Acres and Darcy Tucker all appear certain to land elsewhere in 2023, akin to wantaway forward Rory Lobb, Fremantle is said to be keen to retain Meek's services, per reports from AFL Media's Callum Twomey.

Each of West Coast, GWS and Melbourne are said to be eyeing the Victorian ahead of the upcoming exchange period.

Twomey also reported that while the Dockers remain keen to hold Meek to his contract, the 203cm prospect told club officials of his desire to seek a move via the trade table.

Meek's tenure in purple and white commenced after being selected with the 69th pick of the 2017 National Draft.

The Greater Western Victoria product has made 15 AFL appearances across the course of his five seasons in the west.