GWS star Josh Kelly has indicated he wants to commit his long-term future to the club.
In an interview with the Herald Sun’s Mark Robinson, Kelly said his affiliation with the club has grown since being named vice-captain and feels the bond will be hard to break.
“I do feel an ownership within this club,’’ Kelly told the Herald Sun.
“I’ve been in this situation before and last time it was all the unknown.
“I thought I knew what I was capable of, and I think I was holding off the first time knowing that.
“This time round, it’s different. I love it up in here in Sydney, I love the club.
“I care about this club, I care about my position in it, where we’re going, and I’m in a good position to spend my future here.’’
Kelly received multi-million dollar offers from North Melbourne and Carlton when he came out of contract in 2017.
It was believed the Kangaroos offered Kelly a nine-year-deal worth $11 million, which he turned down to remain at the Giants for another two seasons.
The Giants offer to Kelly is expected to be six or seven years, starting at at least $1 million a season.