PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 31: Simon Tunbridge of the Eagles celebrates a goal during the round 23 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Adelaide Crows at Patersons Stadium on August 31, 2013 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

West Coast utility Simon Tunbridge’s time at the Eagles is up, with the club announcing on Wednesday afternoon it has not offered the 24-year-old a new contract.

Tunbridge did not add to his tally of 10 AFL games in 2017 due predominantly to a serious knee injury which he suffered at training 10 months ago.

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He returned to the field late in the season with East Perth.

Tunbridge was recruited by the Eagles in the 2012 Rookie Draft, after initially being listed as a priority 17-year-old selection by the Giants.

Several injuries hampered his ability to string more than a hand full of games together during his time at West Coast.

“Simon gave himself every opportunity to succeed and was a respected member of the squad for the last five years, but unfortunately his body struggled with the demands of elite football,” Eagles general manager of football Craig Vozzo said.

“We thank Simon for his contribution to the football club and wish him the best for whatever the future holds.”