Collingwood forward Jesse White has become the latest AFL player to confirm their retirement.
White announced on Thursday he would be hanging up the boots at the end of the 2017 season.
The forward retires at just 29 after a decade in the competition.
White made his AFL debut with Sydney in 2007 before switching to Melbourne in 2014.
However he was not a part of the Swans side that won the 2012 Premiership.
He scored 147 goals in 128 games across his 11-year career in the AFL.
“I’m really grateful for the time I’ve spent at both Collingwood and Sydney, the relationships I’ve built and the opportunities afforded to me while at both clubs," White said.
“Having spent the last 11 years playing football professionally it’s strange for it to come to an end, but I’m really comfortable with my decision to wrap up my football career at the end of the season.
“I’m looking forward to the future, spending time with my family and pursuing interests beyond the game.”