Western Bulldogs star Adam Treloar is hoping to see out the rest of his career with the club as he prepares to make his 200th AFL appearance this weekend.
The Bulldogs are priced at 21/50 to beat the Gold Coast Suns and it holds special significance for Treloar who has also represented Greater Western Sydney and Collingwood in his career.
Treloar says he is honoured to have represented three great clubs but he has no desire to add to the list and would love to see out his playing days with the Bulldogs.
The 29-year-old is back in good form after a best on ground performance against Collingwood last weekend. And he is overwhelmed by the support he still gets from the Magpies faithful.
Treloar is delighted with the career he has had so far and is loving his time with the Bulldogs.
"It's been a pretty unique career and I've been fortunate enough to play for three incredible clubs," Treloar said.
"I'm always going to have a piece of me at all three footy clubs and I don't plan to play for any more footy clubs, I don't want to do that, I want to finish here (at the Bulldogs).
“They (Collingwood) are a very passionate fan base who I still interact with.
"The amount of Collingwood people I meet at the shops and give me their love and just wish I was still there is something that I appreciate and cherish.
"When they say you're still my favourite player, not you were my favourite player, is something I appreciate it.”