St Kilda have confirmed there won't be a list spot available for recently delisted wingman Dan McKenzie next year.

The Saints had planned to have McKenzie train with the club over the pre-season and trail as a potential Supplemental Selection Period acquisition following an injury-ravaged 2023 campaign.

The club made the decision to delist McKenzie earlier this month with a potential lifeline in mind for the 27-year-old, however St Kilda's recent draft moves have left the club without an opening for him.

The Saints drafted Darcy Wilson, Lance Collard, Angus Hastie, Hugo Garcia and Arie Schoenmaker at the National Draft before signing former Port Adelaide defender Riley Bonner through the Pre-Season Draft on Wednesday.

The "unanticipated" draft haul has forced the Saints to bid farewell to McKenzie.

"With our list now complete following the unanticipated availability of talent across the draft period, Dan McKenzie's time at the club has come to a close," a club post read.

"Dan is a much-loved figure who put everything into his time at the Saints. We wish him all the best."

McKenzie joined the Saints through the 2014 National Draft and played seven games in his debut season at Moorabbin.

The outside midfielder would play at least five games in each season up to 2023, with a number of calf issues preventing him from featuring at AFL level this year.

The Saints sent McKenzie to Europe this off-season for further treatment, but ultimately decided to delist the Blackburn junior.

McKenzie joins Oscar Adams (delisted), Jack Billings (Melbourne Demons), Jack Bytel (delisted), Nicholas Coffield (Western Bulldogs), Leo Connolly (delisted), Jade Gresham (Essendon Bombers), Thomas Highmore (delisted) and Jack Peris (delisted) in leaving the Saints this off-season.