Veteran forward Jarrad Waite has revealed he’s leaning towards playing on next season, but is yet to have the conversation with the club.
Waite’s played 10 games this year with a calf injury holding him back, but has still kicked the 24 goals.
“For me it’s about these next (three) games. I obviously got through the game on the weekend and then basically just a decision has to be made I think,” Waite told SEN Breakfast.
“I obviously know 13 games, it’s not enough (for a season), so I’d potentially like to play on next year, but I know that I’m getting older and so it’s a decision we sort of have to make.
“I will definitely have a think about it in the next couple of weeks, but then again I don’t know where the club’s heads are at with me so it’s probably a conversation that has to happen.
“To be completely honest, I haven’t thought about it a whole lot, when I was out with my calf I was hellbent on getting back and I just want to play finals, that’s a massive goal for our club.”
Waite is set to line up for the Roos this weekend against the Bulldogs in what is a must-win game if they want to be a part of September action.