ADELAIDE star Eddie Betts says he's had interest from Gold Coast for next season, but hasn't received an offer from the Suns or any other rival club.
Reports surfaced that the 32-year-old small forward had played his last game for the Crows after his exit interview with the club.
But Betts refuted suggestions he had been delisted and re-iterated he was contracted to the Crows for 2020.
"Speaking to a couple of the guys at the club, they've said I'm a required player, I'm contracted for 2020 and I'm not delisted," Betts told FIVEaa on Thursday morning.
"I can say right now, honestly, there's been no offer made to me from Gold Coast or any other team.
"There's been interest, but there's no offer that's been made."
Speaking to a couple of the guys at the club, they've said I'm a required player, I'm contracted for 2020 and I'm not delisted - Eddie Betts
AFL.com.au understands the Crows want Betts to stay at the club next season, but wouldn't stand in his way, given the service he has provided, if he comes to them with a request to extend his career elsewhere.
The Crows will likely undertake a significant list rebuild after missing finals for the past two years, that has sparked an external review.
"There's a lot of things that go on at a footy club and you keep hearing stuff about the age factor, you're getting old, we're going to rejuvenate the club," Betts said.
"That kind of plays on your head, a little bit."
Fellow veterans Sam Jacobs (age 31) and David Mackay (31) are off-contract, while Richard Douglas (32) and Andy Otten (30) have been moved on.
Hugh Greenwood (27) and Alex Keath (27) are unlikely to be at the Crows next year as they chase long-term deals.
Betts has kicked 600 goals in a brilliant 316-game career that started at Carlton, before moving to the Crows in 2014.
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He's played the past six seasons at the Crows, kicking 310 goals in 132 games, leading the club's goal-kicking four times (2014-17) and earning three-straight All Australian jumpers (2015-17).
However, he was dropped for the first time as a Crow this season, but still kicked 37 goals – second at the club behind co-captain Taylor Walker – in 21 games.
Betts said he hadn't been contacted for the external review yet, but encouraged his teammates to not hold back with their feedback.
"Players need to be open and honest, tell them how they really feel, how we can get better as a footy club," he said.
"Whoever's doing the review, tell them straight."