Gold Coast's VFL premiership-winning skipper Charlie Constable has reportedly called time on his AFL career that spanned two clubs and six seasons.

Originally drafted by Geelong with the 36th pick of the 2017 AFL Draft, Constable was unable to routinely break into Chris Scott's side, eventually departing to Cattery in 2021 after just 12 senior games.

The now-24-year-old was given a second chance at the elite level after Gold Coast parted with pick 63 in 2021 to make Constable a Sun.

Once again, elite-level opportunities eluded the Sandringham Dragons product, with Constable now seeing his time set at Carrara after adding just four more AFL games to his career tally.

While unable to leave an imprint at the top level, the Haileybury graduate became a key cog in Gold Coast's reserves flag, even stepping in to take the captaincy reigns during last month's premiership win over Werribee after regular Suns skipper James Tsitas was ruled out with suspension.

According to reports from AFL Media's Riley Beveridge, Constable is set to continue his playing career at state level, with the Victorian poised to take up an offer in Western Australia following WAFL interest.

Once confirmed by the Suns, Constable's retirement will see him join fellow flag-winner Connor Blakely in heading for the exits at Carrara after the ex-Docker called time on his own AFL career ahead of September's VFL Grand Final.