Fremantle Dockers youngster, Harley Balic, has been granted indefinite from the club due to personal reasons.

“The club and Harley have agreed that it is in his best long-term interest to take a leave of absence to deal with a personal issue,” General manager of football operations Chris Bond said in a statement on the club's website.

“As we do with all of our players, we will continue to provide Harley with all the support and resources that he requires.

“Harley has acquitted himself well in four games for Fremantle since making his debut in round three this season and we look forward to his future contribution to the club.”

Balic, recruited with pick No.38 in the 2015 National Draft, made his debut in round three this season, after missing the majority of last year due to a wrist injury.

He has averaged 13 disposals in his first four AFL games.