AS SPECULATION mounts about his future, Gold Coast forward Charlie Dixon says he still hasn't made a decision on where he'll play in 2016.

Dixon is out of contract and believed to the centre of interest from the Brisbane Lions, Port Adelaide and Fremantle.

The Suns are intent on keeping the 200cm powerhouse, but will only offer what they think he's worth and not match the reported big offers from his suitors.

Speaking on Gold FM on Monday morning, Dixon said his future remained uncertain.

"I haven't made a decision yet," he said. "I'm leaving that up to my manager.

"I'm just trying to play football at this point in time."

The 24-year-old has had the strongest season of his career, kicking 35 goals in 13 games.

He missed one game through a club-imposed suspension for breaking alcohol rules and also missed one with a recurrent ankle injury, but now in his fifth season, Dixon is clearly improving and has formed a formidable one-two punch with Tom Lynch.

The pair kicked eight goals against the Brisbane Lions on Saturday and have combined for 37 goals in their past six matches together.