Geelong have re-signed forward Gryan Miers, keeping him at the club until the end of 2026.

Miers has been elite for the Cats in 2023, leading the competition in goal assists and showing his selflessness all season long.

His entries inside 50 and field kicking are amongst the best in the competition and a key piece in Geelong's past success and future.

Miers was drafted with pick 57 in the 2017 AFL National Draft from the Geelong Falcons. Since debuting in 2019 in Round 1 against Collingwood, Miers played 53 consecutive games before suffering an injury.

As part of the club's announcement of the re-signing, Head of List Management for Geelong Andrew Mackie expressed his delight in signing on Miers.

“Gryan is part of a very exciting, hard-working and talented group of young players coming through our AFL program,” said Mackie.

"He is a selfless footballer and a player who creates plenty of scoring opportunities."

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 27: Gary Rohan and Gryan Miers of the Cats during the Geelong Cats 2022 AFL Premiers Street Parade on September 27, 2022 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Morgan Hancock/Getty Images)

After already re-signing Mark Blicavs, Sam De Koning and Mitch Knevitt until the end of 2025, along with Tyson Stengle until 2024, the Cats will be looking to re-sign a few more players.

The Cats have the oldest list in the competition, however, their veterans aren't showing any signs of slowing down. Tom Hawkins, Gary Rohan and Isaac Smith are amongst the big names yet to be re-signed.

Injury-riddled veteran Sam Menegola is still without a contract, whilst big man Esava Ratugolea could be on the move. Rhys Stanley and Zach Tuohy should be expecting contract extensions among with the veterans on the Cats' list.