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STAR Carlton midfielder Bryce Gibbs looks set to stay at the Blues after Adelaide backed off its chase for the South Australian.

The Crows made a huge play for the classy onballer at the end of 2016, despite him being contracted until the end of 2019. 

There had been reports Gibbs would again ask for a trade back to Adelaide but Crows list manager Justin Reid told reporters at Etihad Stadium for the launch of the NAB AFL Trade Period on Monday they wouldn't ask the question. 

"Bryce is a contracted player so respectfully, I think he's happy where he is, so we'll all move on," Reid said. 

Meanwhile, Reid reiterated the club's desire to speedster Charlie Cameron, who has friends and family in Queensland and wants a trade to the Brisbane Lions. 

Cameron is signed until the end of 2018 with Adelaide.

"We had a quick chat with Brisbane but obviously he's a contracted player and a required player in 2018 at the Adelaide Football Club," Reid said.

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