Like so many Fremantle fans, Matthew Pavlich's two-year-old daughter wants him to play on next year, but the skipper says he's yet to decide on his AFL future.
Speaking at his book launch in Perth on Thursday, Pavlich said he still had a couple of weeks to make up his mind, despite his daughter's enthusiasm.
"I turned to her at one point and said 'what should daddy do next year?' and she looked at me and said 'daddy play footy'," he said, attracting a loud cheer from the audience.
Pavlich joked that he thought about it before deciding a toddler's judgment probably wasn't the most useful.
Pavlich, who turns 34 in December, has played in a club record 335 games for the Dockers where he has been since 2000.