ALAN Didak is desperate to extend his career and will moveanywhere to do so, says his manager Adam Ramanauskas. 

Didak was one of six players delisted by Collingwood onTuesday, and after just five senior games this season, is keen to play on. 

Speaking on SEN radio on Wednesday morning, Ramanauskas said hehad spoken to a number of clubs during the season and was confident Didak stillhad plenty to offer. 

He said the 30-year-old was fit and still had the appetiteto play two more seasons. 

Didak, Krakouer, Jolly among Magpies delisted

"He'd be prepared to move anywhere, he just wants toplay," Ramanauskas said. 

"Dids would finish off a forward line very well. Hecould still kick 30 or 35 goals as one of those high half-forwards and his balluse is still right up there. 

"It's just a club that really needs that type ofplayer." 

Ramanauskas said that contrary to popular opinion Didak'sbody was still in good shape, with him having missed just two reserves gamesthis season with a tight calf. 

Unwanted Pie keen for fourth club

He said it was no surprise Collingwood delisted the218-gamer, as coach Nathan Buckley moved towards younger options in his forwardhalf. 

"The club had been fairly up front with Dids throughoutthe year and he knew the writing was on the wall," Ramanauskas said. 

"He's disappointed … but understands the direction ofthe club." 

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