Premiership Pie Patrick Lipinski appears set to become the latest name to strengthen their black and white ties, with the former Bulldog reportedly poised to pen a three-year extension to stay at Olympic Park.

Lipinski, 25, made the move from the Kennel at the cessation of the 2021 season and has since gone on to play 39 games for the Pies, including coming on as the sub during Collingwood's nail-biting grand final win over Brisbane last September.

As reported by Jay Clark of The Herald Sun, Lipinski will soon become the latest Magpie to sign on, with the Northern Knights product expected to agree to terms on a deal that will keep him at the AIA Centre until the end of 2027.

Once the ink dries, Lipinski will have joined Jordan De Goey (2027), Nick Daicos (2029) and Josh Daicos (2030) in tying themselves to the Magpies' cause long-term.

The new deal will see the Eltham junior find the job security he craved after departing the Dogs, with Clark claiming that Collingwood sees Lipinski as a vital cog in their midfield makeup well into the future.

Despite spending the bulk of his days with the Pies outside of centre bounces, Lipinski attended a total of 12 last season while also averaging a fraction south of 18 disposals per game.

Lipinski and the Pies will commence their premiership defence when they travel to the Harbour City to face GWS on Saturday, March 9 in Homebush.