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JONO O'Rourke's management is confident his limited senior experience won't hurt his currency as he seeks a trade to his home state of Victoria.
The No.2 draft pick from 2012 has informed GWS coach Leon Cameron he wants to return home, with manager Tom Petroro from Stride Sports confirming he has had interest from Hawthorn and St Kilda.
Fairfax has reported North Melbourne is also in the race to secure his services.
"He doesn't have a preferred destination," Petroro told NAB AFL Trade Radio on Tuesday.
"He's had some interest from Hawthorn and St Kilda and there's a couple of others that have inquired about him as well. We're in no rush.
"I'm not putting a timeline on it. When the time's right and the stars align, then we'll make a decision."
Through a lack of opportunity and injury, the 20-year-old only managed nine senior games with the Giants, eight of those in 2014.
His body let him down in his debut season last year with the midfielder missing games with a broken jaw, and shoulder and hamstring injuries.
But Petroro doesn't believe O'Rourke's inability to cement himself in the senior side will hurt his currency on the trade market.
"Playing up in the NEAFL you can sometimes get lost in terms of people noticing you," Petroro said.
"He obviously played six of the last eight games before he got injured in round 22. I don't think it hurts his currency dramatically.
"I still think in the market he's a first round pick, if the club that wants him is prepared to trade a draft pick as opposed to a player."
Petroro refused to rule Hawthorn out of the race, despite the premiers’ first pick in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft coming at No. 18, plus an unlikelihood that O'Rourke would be able to break into the Hawks' senior side.
He said it would come down to which club could develop O'Rourke and offer him the best opportunities as well as satisfying the Giants' demands.
Meanwhile Petroro also confirmed uncontracted North Melbourne midfielder Liam Anthony was looking at other options with the Roos yet to offer him a new deal.
"Liam would love an opportunity at AFL level, obviously elsewhere at this point, because it's been really tight at North Melbourne for him to get a game," he said.
"I don’t think Liam is going to be too picky. It's going to be more about who can provide him with the best opportunity."
Stride Sports confirmed Adelaide and Port Adelaide had expressed interest in GWS ruckman Jonathan Giles, while AFL.com.au understands the Giants and Melbourne are considering delisted St Kilda defender James Gwilt.
Petroro also quashed rumours that Magpie Alex Fasolo and Fremantle ruckman Zac Clarke had requested trades.