Scott said that as younger players in the side continue their development, it is possible Selwood could be used in the forward line.
“We feel as though we’ve got now a much bigger group than that that can go through there (the midfield). We’re not envisaging that he will play 100 per cent in that position. The options have opened up a little bit,” Scott said.
“If we had two of him, we’d play one forward. I think that is a reasonable indication to the way we are thinking.”
Selwood booted 30 goals in 2013 and 24 last season, proving that he is more than handy when thrown forward.
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