Fremantle midfielder David Mundy says he is “comfortable” with where his contract discussions are at and is happy to let his football do the talking.
The key Docker is a restricted free agent at the end of the season and along with Melbourne key defender James Frawley is likely to attract plenty of offers from rival clubs.
Carlton’s Bryce Gibbs was the latest free agent to come off the table when he signed a five-year deal today, leaving more money to be thrown at Mundy and Frawley.
Mundy normally leaves his contract announcements until the end of the season and said it was not proving to be a distraction this season.
“I'm fairly comfortable with where it's at,” he said today ahead of his 200th-game milestone against West Coast on Saturday at Patersons Stadium.
“I know my management team are working hard behind the scenes for me.
“I'm confident in time a resolution will come.
“There's lots of factors that go into the decision.
“There's football orientated and family orientated, so all of that is being weighed up at the moment and we're just going through the process.”
Mundy said his key focus was helping Fremantle achieve success and admitted it would be extra special to get a derby win for his milestone game.
The team trained today at Fremantle Oval with Zac Clarke and Lee Spurr notable absentees.
Captain Matthew Pavlich also left the track early, while tough nut Matt de Boer trained strongly, pressing his claim for a return from a knee injury against the Eagles.
Star trio Luke McPharlin, Michael Johnson and Michael Walters completed jogging and rehab drills away from the main group.