Hawthorn midfielder Shane Savage has been given the Hawks' blessing to find a new club when the AFL trade period begins next Monday.
Savage, who is contracted for next season, has had limited opportunities finding a spot in a star-studded mid-field at the Hawks, having played 56 games since making his debut in 2009.
According to afl.com.au, the 22 year old, who was the No.75 pick in the 2008 national draft, has several clubs interested in securing his services, including Carlton, Melbourne, West Coast and St Kilda.
Savage was in contention for the hotly contested berth as a substitute for the Hawks in last weekend's grand final that opened up when Brendan Whitecross blew his knee out for the second consecutive year.
However, despite having an impressive game in the VFL grand final with the Box Hill Hawks, he was overlooked in favour of Jonathan Simpkin, with Savage being named as an emergency.