The Giants young-gun will miss the rest of the season after the club announced he would require ankle surgery.
Greater Western Sydney star forward Jeremy Cameron will miss the rest of the AFL season after the expansion club announced he would require surgery on his injured left ankle.
Giants football manager Graeme Allan told the club’s website that Cameron would have surgery immediately and was expected to be ready to start pre-season training in November.
“Unfortunately Jeremy has had an injury interrupted season, firstly with his right ankle, a perforated eardrum and then his left ankle which he injured against Brisbane,” Allan said.
“We have now received medical advice that he needs to undergo surgery on his left ankle.
“He will then undergo rehab and be ready to start pre-season training and look forward to 2015.”
Cameron admitted the news had capped off a frustrating season.
“I’ve had a lot of injuries this year – it all started in the pre-season in a practice match,” he said.
“They kept me out for single weeks here and there, and I’ve struggled through it a little bit. I’ve kind of called it quits.
“It’s going to be lot better for me if I get it (surgery) done now rather than try to play out the year and I could slowly but surely injure it more.”
The 21-year-old has played 14 games this year, kicking 29 goals.