ST KILDA youngster Jack Lonie is considering his options after being offered just a one-year contract to remain at the club. understands the 21-year-old is very happy at the Saints, but after playing just 12 senior games this season, the Seaford product's management is canvassing opportunities with rival clubs.

Greater Western Sydney is in the market for a small forward, and the Giants are believed to be one of several clubs to show some interest in the former Dandenong Stingray.

In his 39 games in three seasons at St Kilda, Lonie has largely been used up forward due to his good tackling pressure and a nose for a goal, but he only kicked six of his career 28 majors in 2017.

As a pure midfielder in nine games at VFL level this season, he averaged over 25 possessions a game.

Lonie was recruited with pick 41 in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft, and quickly found his feet in his debut season of 2015, playing 17 games, kicking 12 goals and earning a Rising Star nomination.