MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15: Todd Goldstein of the Kangaroos looks on during a North Melbourne Kangaroos AFL training session at Arden Street Ground on June 15, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

North Melbourne veteran Todd Goldstein has put forward that he believes he has more left in the tank.

The 34-year-old is out of contract this season, and it looks likely his 15th season could be his last at Arden Street.

Approaching 300 games, Goldstein has admitted he would love to play on, and preferably at the club that took the chance on him in 2006.

"I definitely feel like I've got a few years left in me," Goldstein told SEN on Friday.

"I would love to be a North Melbourne player for the rest of my career, but fairytales don't always happen."

However with the Kangaroos being a young side, it's likely they'll favour Callum Coleman-Jones and Tristan Xerri from now on.

The record most hit-outs holder could still be serviceable, and is playing well half way through his second decade of football.

Interest has risen in the past from Geelong, could they still be an option for 'Goldy' despite Rhys Stanley's recent form?

Could another flag pushing side look at him or maybe he'd want to take his experience to another developing side?