West Coast star Elliot Yeo has responded to recent rumours linking the veteran Eagle to a lucrative move to Adelaide.

The free agent has yet to cement his future beyond 2024 following a purple patch of form that was followed by a groin injury.

Prior to his most recent setback, Yeo was playing at an elite level in Adam Simpson's midfield as he turned back the clock to the form that saw him become a key piece in West Coast's 2018 premiership run.

Despite his stellar start to the year, Yeo and the club had not agreed to an extension, and the 30-year-old's future remains up in the air.

Now, according to reporter Ryan Daniels, Yeo has gained significant interest from rival clubs, with Adelaide said to be "front of the queue" for the in-form Eagle.

The Crows' interest comes amid a low-balled offer by the Eagles, who are said to have revised their initial offer of two years and surprisingly lowered the value of the deal further when revisiting negotiations.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 14: Elliot Yeo of the Eagles celebrates after scoring a goal during the 2024 AFL Round 05 match between the West Coast Eagles and the Richmond Tigers at Optus Stadium on April 14, 2024 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Questioned on the situation by 96FM this week, Yeo said his future currently sits with his management as he looks to get back into the Eagles' side following his groin issue.

"That's up to my manager to handle," the two-time All-Australian said. "For me, it's just about trying to get back on the park and play football.

"All that external noise, you just have to block it out. Because your main job and your main role is pretty much play football. So that's all I've got to worry about at the moment.

"That's my main focus and my main goal at the moment, not anything else that's going on around otherwise it can sort of fester and eat you up."

Yeo is a chance to return to West Coast's lineup this weekend when the Eagles meet the Crows at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.

The former Lion needs to prove his fitness at training on Thursday to be cleared to make the trip, which would see Yeo return to the side for the first time since Round 8.

Adelaide Oval

Yeo expressed some confidence in his chances of returning to Simpson's side following their upset win over Melbourne on the weekend.

"I've got a test on Thursday. I feel great at the moment," he said.

"We'll see how we go, I've just got to tick that last box. Hopefully it's all good."

Yeo has played eight games in 2024, averaging 23.63 disposals, 5.63 tackles ad 7.63 clearances per game.