Stewart Crameri has named a trio of clubs where he can see himself continuing his AFL career.

The 29-year-old forward was delisted by the Western Bulldogs this week but believes he still has plenty to offer a club such as Melbourne, Collingwood or Geelong if one were to take a chance on him.

Asked on Sportsday where he envisages fitting in, the former Essendon star said: “I’ve suggested Melbourne. Maybe replacing Jack Watts.

“Or Collingwood, helping out young Darcy Moore.

“Or even Geelong, to pinch hit up forward and try and help them win the flag.

“Many teams have got that spot which I could be used as a hybrid forward, and play up on the wing and in the midfield if I need to as well.

“I think I’m pretty versatile and could slot in anywhere really.”

Listen to Crameri on Sportsday below: