Fremantle midfielder David Mundy feels he’s running out games well and is ready to take on the rest of the season.
The veteran’s output has dipped since the bye with Mundy being one of Freo’s best in the opening half of the season.
Mundy said he isn’t being held back by any injury.
“I feel like within games, I am moving okay and pulling up really well,” Mundy said.
“I think myself, like the team at the moment, is just struggling for that predictability and consistency in games.
“As soon as we nail that, we will certainly develop into a great team really quickly.
“Personally I am pulling up really well and preparing really well. I feel like I am still having an impact and a positive effect around here.”
The 33-year-old said he was eager to continue his career at Fremantle beyond 2019, when his current contract expires.
“My wife Sally and I review where we’re at weekly and what we are trying to get out of our lives and where it might lead us,” Mundy said.
“As long as I am still contributing and having a positive effect on football club on an on field sense, I’m really eager and keen to continue my time here.”
Mundy said that he expects to see young midfielders Andrew Brayshaw and Adam Cerra make the next step as midfielders in the near future.
“I think (Brayshaw and Cerra playing full-time midfield roles) will be the natural progression, I think that’s the hope that those guys will take over from the likes of myself, Nat Fyfe and Michael Walters,” Mundy said.
“Whether that’s this week or next week or towards the end of the year or next year, I’m not too sure. Certainty they are the next evolution of the Fremantle Football Club.”