With a number of big-name players moving clubs, AFL legend Matthew Lloyd has named his top five players who will make the biggest impact at their new clubs in 2021.

When talking on AFL Trade Radio, Lloyd spoke about St Kilda forward Dan Butler, who he believes had the biggest impact at his new club this year.

Butler joined the Saints after leaving the Tigers in last year's trade period and finished in the top three in the club's best and fairest count.

“Today it’s about the biggest impact of all the players that have been traded. I know some of these deals haven’t gone through yet,” Lloyd told AFL Trade Radio.

“Dan Butler may have been the biggest impact player from last year’s trade period, so it’s about who I believe will have the biggest impact for their club in 2021.

“Some good players have been left out. I’ve left out Josh Dunkley, I’ve left out Adam Treloar, I’ve left out Isaac Smith, I’ve left out Ben Brown, but these are the players I believe will have the biggest impact.”

3. Joe Daniher (Brisbane)

“I think that what he can do for the Brisbane Lions, he can help them win a premiership.”

“Give him a good pre-season and Daniher, we talk about Peter Wright maybe kicking 25 goals, Daniher can kick you 50 plus.

“He probably hasn’t been engaged like he should be at the Bombers in recent times.”

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 19: Joe Daniher of the Bombers kicks a goal during the 2019 AFL round 05 match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Essendon Bombers at Marvel Stadium on April 19, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)