The Western Bulldogs have delisted off-contract midfielder Toby McLean.

McLean, who played in the Bulldogs' 2016 premiership, was not offered a new deal for the 2024 season.

The 27-year-old managed just 11 senior games over the last three seasons for the Dogs, following five consecutive seasons where he played at least 12 AFL games.

Bulldogs list boss Sam Power thanked McLean for his contribution at the Kennel.

"Toby has been a heart and soul player for the Western Bulldogs over a long period and will always be remembered for playing a role in the 2016 Premiership victory.

"A very popular team man, Toby went out of his way to help all his teammates and would play selfless roles for the team on the field.

"Given the outcomes of the trade period to date and the future direction of the list, we've decided to make this further change now.

"We wish Toby all the best with his future endeavours and he'll always be welcome back at VU Whitten Oval."

McLean, if he desires another opportunity at the AFL level, may try his hand during the upcoming delisted free agency period, which commences on November 1.