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« on: March 04, 2016, 05:21:13 PM »

http://m.afl.com.au/news/2016-03-04/gaff-would-be-happy-as-eagle-for-life

WEST Coast's reigning best and fairest Andrew Gaff says he would love to be an Eagle for life.

Gaff comes out of contract at the end of this season after signing a two-year extension in 2014, and his management and the club are already in negotiations on his next contract.

The 23-year-old is coming off his best season after winning the best and fairest and being named All Australian for the first time.

He was the Eagles' best player in the Grand Final loss to Hawthorn. His durability has also been a feature of his short career, playing 104 consecutive games - the most of any active player in the AFL.

Gaff said he wanted to remain at the club long-term but had left his contract negotiations in the hands of his manager, Paul Connors.

"It would be great (to be a one-club player),” Gaff said.

"The club has been fantastic to me, I've loved it ever since I came here five or six years ago. We've got a great bunch of guys at the moment and a great list. You can see the build of the team each year with so many young guys coming through. I love it here.

"I'm just focusing on getting my body right and my footy fitness right before round one. (The contract) will work itself out in the weeks to come."
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