PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 28: Harry Perryman of the Giants looks to pass the ball during the round 10 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Greater Western Giants at Domain Stadium on May 28, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Port Adelaide are interested in out-of-contract Giant Harry Perryman, according to’s Tom Morris.

GWS face another tough off-season of figuring out which of their young stars they will re-sign while managing a tight salary cap, meaning Perryman could be one of the players that makes way.

Perryman has been a the top five wingman, according to the AFL Player Ratings, and a number of clubs are said to be interested in his services.

But it appears the Power are the frontrunners early on, with the club already having interest since his draft year.

“I can tell you tonight Port Adelaide has interest in him, they really liked him in the 2016 draft,” Morris said on Fox Sports News‘ AFL Tonight.

“He was Pick 14 to GWS, Pick 15 was Jordan Gallucci to Adelaide and Pick 16 was Todd Marshall to Port, so they only just missed out on him.

“Port‘s just one of several clubs that like the look of Perryman, he was leading the Coleman Medal earlier in the year.

“There‘s certainly a bit to play out here with the Giants, we know they have a salary cap squeeze and need to pay a lot of money to (Stephen) Coniglio, (Lachie) Whitfield, Jeremy Cameron and Josh Kelly if they all stay next year.

“Some players might fall out the bottom end and one of them might be Perryman.”