PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - APRIL 05: Lewis Jetta of the Eagles works on a drill during a West Coast Eagles AFL training session at Domain Stadium on April 5, 2016 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

After losing the elimination final against Collingwood, the West Coast Eagles now have decisions to make about their list.

West Coast defender Lewis Jetta fell out of favour this season and remains without a contract for 2021.

The 31-year old only played six games this season and was named as an emergency for the game against Collingwood on Saturday.

Coach Adam Simpson said he wasn’t sure if Jetta would receive a contract for next year.

“I think it’ll be a little bit unfair to go through every spot on the list because you’ll land on one that I don’t want to talk about,” Simpson told 7News. 

“It is really hard to exit your players and do an end of season review when half our squad is in quarantine and the other (group) are free.

“We’ll wait until next Monday before we get into the player exits and reviews. We’ll go from there.”

Jetta’s future could be linked with veteran West Coast stars Shannon Hurn and Josh Kennedy and their moves for 2021. But The West Australian reports they’re both keen to play on.

“We’d like them to go on if they would like to, but we haven’t had those discussions,” Simpson sad.

“The ball will be in their court and we’ll see how they’ve pulled up from the season.

“They were both pretty good the other night, weren’t they? Their form suggests they can go again, but that’ll be up to them.”