BRAD Scott has no issues with former Kangaroo Nick Dal Santo's comments that Majak Daw is in "no man's land" with his football, particularly as a forward, but says North Melbourne needs to give extended senior opportunities to the athletic tall.

Dal Santo told SEN on Monday that Daw, 26, was still getting "exposed at AFL level" in his eighth season because he didn't read the play well and wasn't physical enough in some contests.

In the three games since his senior recall in round 14, Daw has averaged five possessions, 10.7 hit-outs, 1.7 marks and one goal, playing as a forward and support ruckman.

He has taken just two contested marks, both against the Western Bulldogs in round 14.

Scott told reporters on Thursday Dal Santo's comments were fair, at least in relation to Daw's performance in attack against Fremantle last Sunday, when he had four possessions, one mark and 15 hit-outs.

The Roos coach, who felt Daw had given North "some real impetus" in the ruck against Freo when he relieved Todd Goldstein, strongly suggested North would persist with Daw, keen to give him extended senior experience for the first time in his 29-game career.

"Maj's main issue, and the challenge for us, is he's had one complete pre-season in his entire AFL career and I think his longest consecutive games streak is about five or six," Scott said.

"So far he's played three in a row, so we just need to get some continuity and give him some opportunity.

"We all know the attributes he's got, but I think Dal's point is valid in terms of he's still learning. He's been in the system a long time, but we need to get some continuity so we can get that learning into him."