Carlton midfielder Zac Fisher's future at Carlton is unclear after the 24-year-old was dropped for a second time this season.

The 27th pick in the 2016 draft has attracted interest from other clubs, with News Corp reporting West Coast and Fremantle have a keen eye on the developing situation., despite the West Australian being contracted until the end of 2025.

Fisher started in the club's first seven games this season, before being dropped to VFL where he has been Carlton's best averaging 28.2 disposals, which includes a 39-disposal and a goal against Sydney's reserves.

Making his debut against Gold Coast in Round 4, 2017, Fisher established himself as a regular member of a young rebuilding Carlton outfit.

However, by 2020 after playing the opening game against Richmond, Fisher saw himself on the outer for the next 10 weeks. With midfield spots limited, Coach David Teague and him had conversations about a new position as a small forward, which Fisher took onboard the challenge.

In his first game back, Fisher kicked four goals against West Coast in slippery conditions and for the rest of the season accepted his new role.

In 2021, he missed ten weeks of football after suffering an ankle injury against Collingwood in round two.

Last season was arguably Fisher's best in his seven seasons at Ikon Park.

Under new coach Michael Voss, Fisher was moved back to his accustomed wing position, putting together a career-best year averaging 18.9 disposals, and kicking 18 goals, whilst playing all 22 matches.

His best performances in 2022 included a 22-disposal, 2-goal performance in a narrow victory over Port Adelaide, a 23-disposal, 2-goal game in a crushing win over Adelaide, and a 29-disposal outing in a resolute win over Fremantle.