Fremantle's Ed Langdon has decided to put talks about his contract on hold until the end of the year, with the talented youngster coming out of contract at season's end.
"It's probably not something I'll look to address until the back half of the year," said Langdon, speaking to media today.
"I don't want to complicate my footy too much at the moment."
Langdon's brother Tom attracted interest during last year's trade period but ultimately chose to re-sign with Collingwood.
Ed himself has had interest from rival clubs - both Tom's club Collingwood and Melbourne have inquired about the quick mid.
Fremantle would be keen to re-sign Langdon, who has provided some spark and run-and-carry and averaged 26 disposals and seven marks in season 2019.
"I've played a few games with my brother, and you're always going to want to play with your brother, that's pretty natural," said the running midfielder.
"But it's not something I'll be considering anytime soon."
But with Langdon out of contract at the end of the year, a move east can't be ruled out.