Dockers midfielder Brad Hill says he couldn't help but giggle when he read reports stating he wanted to leave the AFL club.
Fremantle wingman Brad Hill has emphatically denied reports he wants to leave the AFL club, saying he's committed for at least three more years.
Reports have linked Hill with a move back to Victoria or a switch to Brisbane.
Hill is contracted to Fremantle until the end of 2021 and the three-time premiership Hawk says he has no intention of leaving.
The 25-year-old says he laughed when he read reports stating he wanted to leave the Dockers.
"I've still got three years left on my contract so I'm not thinking about going anywhere," Hill said on Monday.
"There's no truth whatsoever (to the reports). I'm happy here. I've moved back home to where I'm from and I've just finished building a house.
"The business opening up soon is a Pilates business and my girlfriend is going to be the head trainer so she's enjoying it over here too. So there's no truth at all to the stories."
Hill said playing alongside his older brother Stephen was also a major factor in him wanting to stay.
"It's been a dream since I've been young and I'm enjoying it," Hill said.
Hill was restricted to just 10 games this season because of a knee injury.
But the 2017 Doig medallist showcased his importance to the side in last week's nine-point loss to Collingwood, tallying 35 disposals and 10 inside 50s in his best game of the season.
"Just to finish off on a good note and play some good footy, it gives me something to work towards next year," Hill said.
"It was obviously disappointing to miss so much footy but once I got back, I wanted to come back and play some good footy straight away.
"It took me a little bit to build into it but I was happy to finish the year stronger than I started."