MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 19: Aaron Hall of the Kangaroos looks dejected after defeat during the round 5 AFL match between North Melbourne and Essendon at Marvel Stadium on April 19, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Terry Wallace believes Kangaroo Aaron Hall isn’t likely to play another season for the club.

Hall landed in North Melbourne’s hands in 2018, but is yet to show his full potential after being dropped after Round 11’s loss to Melbourne.

“I don’t think Aaron Hall’s got a future in the game,” Wallace told SEN’s Dwayne’s World.

“It doesn’t seem to have worked out for him, so I think he’s in all sorts of trouble.”

Hall, Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard were all excluded from the team’s list to play Brisbane on Saturday.

As the Kangaroos set to rebuild their squad at the season’s end, Wallace doesn’t see Hall making the cut for the Roo’s 2021 season.

Wallace has also predicted Polec to play at his fourth AFL club next year after previously being listed at the Lions (2010-13) and Port Adelaide (2014-18).

“They wanted a team to go out there and compete for them and they got exactly that (against Brisbane),” he said.

“I thought that was a tick for North Melbourne.

“Where it leaves Jared Polec? My gut feeling is I think Jared Polec will be playing at a fourth AFL club next year.

“Polec’s the interesting one because will somebody have a go at him?

“Will people be shying away from the fact that he’s already been at three clubs? I find it pretty fascinating.”

Hall is contracted at the Roos until 2021, with Polec being contracted until 2023.

The Roos are set play Collingwood next Monday at the Gabba.