Delisted Geelong forward Wylie Buzza would jump at the chance to continue his career with Port Adelaide.
A report in The Age linked Buzza with a move to the Power after he was culled by the Cats last week.
“If there’s any truth to that I’d like to say that I would love to move anywhere,” Buzza told SEN’s Bob and Andy.
“Being a country Queenslander there’s no AFL club that’s home for me.”
Starved of opportunities with Geelong in 2019, Buzza feels he has plenty to give if a club was prepared to throw him an AFL lifeline.
“I’d like to think my footy is still progressing in an upward trajectory and even though I wasn’t getting games, I was stuck behind some pretty good players in a pretty good team,” he said.
“From my manager’s point of view, he said there’s a bit of interest but obviously I’ll catch up with him later in the week and hopefully he can give me some good news.
“I definitely think my best footy is still ahead of me.”
The 23-year-old failed to make a senior appearance last season and made just nine in total during his three years at Kardinia Park.
Port Adelaide could look to bolster their key position stocks after losing Dougal Howard and Paddy Ryder to St Kilda during the trade period.