Hawthorn premiership ruckman David Hale says he is yet to decide if he will play on next season.

Hale says he will sit down with the club in the coming days after celebrations for a third straight premiership have died down and discuss his future.

“I’ll give it a couple of days but this is a pretty good feeling. If it is the end, it’s a good way to go out,’’ Hale said.

“I’ll sit down with the club, family and friends and see what happens after that.

“It could go either way but this is a pretty good feeling right now.

“It comes down to whether or not I can get through another pre-season. The body isn’t getting any quicker.’

“I’ve been here five years and we’ve played in four grand finals and a prelim. I couldn’t ask for more than that.

“It’s a great club and a great bunch of blokes.

“It’s a good culture, you are expected to play on the big stage and win. Success breeds success.’’

Hale has played 237 games with Hawthorn and North Melbourne.