Isaac Muller could join the player exodus from Birallee Park.
In a tumultuous off-season, the Raiders have lost a host of big name players and wealth of experience.
The departure of Jydon Neagle, Steve Jolliffe, Connor Newnham and Scott Meyer is a stinging blow to the Raiders' finals credentials.
Dylan and Hayden Clarke, Declan Everett and Tim Haines are also confirmed losses, robbing the club of further depth.
Muller won the Raiders' best and fairest over the weekend
He edged out Neagle who narrowly missed out the honour for a fourth time after previous wins in 2016-17-18.
The Raiders can ill-afford to lose Muller after his best season yet in the O&M.
However, in a bombshell admission, Muller said he was weighing up his playing future despite having a contract with Raiders for next year.
Muller has been linked with former club Bundoora in the Northern Football league and Rand-Walbundrie-Walla.
"I honestly haven't thought much about football since the season ended," Muller said.
"I haven't been to training yet because I've been flat out with harvest.
"Most days I've been working 16 hours plus, it's been a nightmare for farmers with the wet weather.
"It's no secret the Raiders have lost a few players but I believe they have still got a good core of senior players with some talented youngsters coming through.
"Hopefully there are a few more signings to come.
"Some more experienced players are needed to push forward.
"But it's fair to say that I'm weighing up my playing future and when I make a decision, I will be happy to talk about it then."
Muller said he was pleasantly surprised to take out his first senior best and fairest award.
"I was a bit surprised to be honest," he said.
"I started a bit slower than I would have liked but got better as the season progressed.
"I finished runner-up a few times when I was playing in Melbourne, so it's a thrill to finally win one.
"But it still doesn't overcome the disappointment of not being able to play finals.
"Team success is what you play football for."
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Muller crossed to Birallee Park this season after coaching rival club North Albury.
He said adjusting to a new game plan had attributed to his slow start to the season.
"I don't think I was even in the top-five in the count after the first five rounds," he said.
"I probably wasn't as fit as I could have been at the start of the year and the Raiders play a different brand of football.
"It was a lot quicker than what I was used to and it took me a while to adjust."
Muller rated Yarrawonga big man Lachie Howe as his toughest opponent.
Troy Price took out the reserves best and fairest while Sam McKenzie was successful in the thirds.
Brad Smith was announced club person of the year.
Smith has been heavily involved with recruiting.
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