SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 10: Devon Smith of the Giants kicks whilst being tackled by Daniel Hannebery of the Swansduring the AFL 1st Qualifying Final match between the Sydney Swans and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at ANZ Stadium on September 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Collingwood, like several other clubs, have raided Greater Western Sydney’s talent pool in recent years, recruiting the likes of Adam Treloar, Taylor Adams and Will Hoskin-Elliott.

Now the Pies are reportedly interested in luring another GWS youngster back home to Victoria.

Sportsday’s Mitch Cleary, has reported that the Pies have set their sights on signing small forward, Devon Smith.

Smith, who has played 97 games and kicked 91 goals for the Giants, has strong links to several people at Collingwood. He played alongside both Adams and Treloar in Vic Country’s U-16s side and was coached by Nathan Buckley during that time.

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Smith, who is out of contract at season’s end, is said to be high on the Pies’ priority list, with┬áthe club in need of a talented small forward.

The 23-year-old Smith was recruited from the Geelong Falcons with pick No.14 in the 2011 National Draft.

He has played all four games so far this season and booted two three goal hauls in the first two rounds against Adelaide and the Gold Coast Suns.