IN-FORM Sydney utility Jake Lloyd says he's in no hurry to re-sign with the club, preferring to concentrate on his football.

Set to play his 100th game against Hawthorn on Friday night, the 24-year-old is enjoying the best form of his five-year career and he would be of great interest to rival clubs.  

A breakout season last year saw Lloyd tie with Lance Franklin for runner-up in the club's best and fairest (won by Luke Parker).  

Taken with pick 16 in the 2013 NAB AFL Rookie Draft, Lloyd rebuffed significant interest back in 2016 to sign a two-year contract.  

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"I'm in no rush (to get a new deal done), I’m focusing on my footy," Lloyd told News Corp.  

"If I keep playing good footy, it will sort itself out. My manager Alex McDonald has had a chat to the club and we will take things as they go."  

Hailing from Horsham in country Victoria, Lloyd is averaging 24 disposals and leads the Swans for metres gained in 2018.