MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 11: Dustin Martin of the Tigers marks the ball during a Richmond Tigers AFL training session at Punt Road Oval on August 11, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Geelong premiership player Cameron Mooney says Dustin Martin is not yet worth seven figures.

Martin is set to become hot property next season, with the 25-year-old due to become a free agent at the end of next year.

Every club would love to have the gun onballer on its list and he is set to command a huge interest from rival clubs.

However, Mooney has warned against clubs paying too much for Martin, stating he is not yet worth a one million dollar salary.

“He’s not a million dollar player. I still think there’s baggage that goes with him. Whether it’s right or wrong, people just speculate there’s baggage going with him,” Mooney said on SEN Radio.

“But in saying that, he’s a $700,000-plus player … He’s a super player.”

Mooney also said he believes Martin will most likely remain at the Tigers, but wouldn’t rule out the midfielder moving on if the price was right.

“I’m sure he’d love to stay as a Richmond person, he’s been there since day dot, they’ve looked after him, they’ve helped him along the way. But as a player, like anything and like workplace, you want to get what you can,” Mooney said.

“He’s just going to push it as far as he can and hopefully from a Richmond point of view he’d stay there and sign.”

Martin is currently earning around $600,000 per season.