Port Adelaide forward Angus Monfries has called time on his career following 211 games in 13 seasons in the AFL.

Monfries played 150 matches with Essendon, kicking 165 goals, before joining the Power, where he has kicked 83 goals in 61 games.

“I have had a wonderful opportunity to be a part of two great football clubs,” Monfries said.

“It’s been a privilege to be associated with some fantastic people in our sport and establish lifelong relationships that I’ll value forever.

“AFL has been a huge part of my life. While my time playing at the highest level has come to an end, I’m looking forward to making a valuable contribution to the industry in some way.”

Monfries was one of the 34 Essendon players who were forced to sit out the 2016 season after being involved in the 2012 supplements regimes at the Bombers.

The 30-year-old was recruited by Essendon with pick No.14 in the 2004 National Draft, while he joined Port at the end of the 2012 season in exchange for pick 48.