DUMPED St Kilda midfielder Nathan Freeman insists he has plenty to offer should he be given another chance at a third AFL club.

Returning to the Saints' Moorabbin headquarters on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after being told he was no longer required, the 23-year-old admits the news was a "bitter pill to swallow."

After five years at Collingwood and the Saints plagued by injury, Freeman is desperate for one more opportunity to add to his two AFL matches.  

"I do (have plenty more to give)," Freeman said.  

"I still feel like I can get to where I need to get to be able to play consistent AFL footy.  

"It's just a matter of time and hopefully I can go somewhere where I can get a full pre-season and get the durability back in my body and see how we go from there.  

"It's obviously a bit disappointing, a bit sad, but hopefully another door opens now." 

Freeman finally broke through for his debut in round 21, netting 19 and 14 disposals from his two matches before he was dropped back to the VFL.

"You could sort of see the writing on the wall in the last couple of weeks, but you never really prepare yourself for when you actually get told," he said.

"I was obviously emotional and (it was) a bitter pill to swallow but it had to be done. 

"I feel like I was just getting going in the last month with my footy.

"Playing the two games, the first game was a bit of a blur and the second game I felt like I got a bit more of a run on and felt a bit more comfortable at the level, reading the play and adjusting to the pace of the game."

Freeman said he would "let the dust settle" over the next 24 hours before speaking to his management group, family and friends to assess potential options.

The former Pie, drafted to Collingwood with pick 10 in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft, was officially delisted on Wednesday alongside Hugh Goddard, Nathan Wright and category B rookie Ray Connellan.