Retired Western Bulldogs forward Clay Smith admits he hasn't actually watched the 2016 premiership back.
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Smith joined Triple M's Winter Breakfast the day after announcing his retirement due to injury.
The 25-year-old struggled to string games together across his career, apart from a stunning patch of form during the 2016 finals series, where he averaged 18.5 disposals, 9.5 tackles and kicked eight goals.
It helped the Dogs break their premiership drought...but he hasn't seen it again.
"Definitely over the course of next couple of months and couple of years I'll probably have more time to sit back and reflect (on the premiership)," he said.
"I'll probably go back and watch the grand final for the first time fully, too!"
It was something that gave Lehmo a surprise.
"You have not watched the grand final in full?" he asked.
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