Reported $9 million man Josh Kelly says he’s made no decisions about his future with Greater Western Sydney despite ongoing speculation.
It has been alleged that North Melbourne have offered the gun 22-year-old onballer at bumper contract worth $9m, once his current contract expires at the end of this season.
St Kilda have also been linked with Kelly, who came through the Sandringham Dragons set-up.
The former number two AFL Draft selection remains relaxed about the rumours and insisted he hasn’t made a decision.
"I'm feeling no pressure from the club at all, which has been fantastic,” Kelly said.
“I'm happy with where I'm at, the club is happy, and my manager is happy.
"There'll be a whole bunch of factors that will come into my decision when the time is right, but right now I'm just focusing on my footy.
"We're 10 rounds into the season, I'm still contracted with the Giants, and I can't afford to think about those things right now.
"I'll let the media have fun with things like that, I haven't really thought about that too much, I don't let that control my thinking."
Amid the speculation, Kelly has enjoyed an outstanding 2017 season, averaging 28.5 disposals per game for the high-flying Giants.
"I love the club, I love playing footy here, I love my teammates, so it's not an issue right now,” Kelly added.
"It is a bit hard with the boys ripping into you constantly. There's no sympathy from them.
“But I just try and put that to the side and don't try and focus on it too much."