Exciting forward Kate Bartlett will finally get her opportunity at AFL level after spending two seasons on the Eagles' extended list.

Across her WAFLW career, the crafty playmaker has booted 86 goals from 39 games - including a whopping 39 goals from 12 matches this season - which has earned her a position in West Coast's AFLW team as a priority signing.

Putting in copious work over the past year, Bartlett has reached new heights and proved herself as an AFL-ready player, particularly after her inspired performance in the West Australian All Stars victory in April this season.

The impressive goalsneak lifted the group and provided a needed spark, booting four goals from six scoring shots while leading the side to an eight-point victory.

A career-best performance in round eight of the 2022 WAFL season further pushed her case as a mature-age draftee, with Bartlett snaring eight goals and storming home in a 118-point victory against West Perth.

Backing it up against South Fremantle in round 13, the scintillating forward slammed home seven goals - including five in the final term - to hand her side a come-from-behind victory against South Fremantle.

Bartlett's thrilling performances in Peel's forward line this season should see her slot in seamlessly at West Coast, as an experienced player with a lot to give.

"I'm absolutely stoked to get back on the list as an AFLW player," Barlett said.

"It was obviously good getting a feel of it across pre-season last year, and becoming a full-time footballer, I'm really looking forward to it.

"I was pretty shocked when they told me, I didn't really believe them at first and it didn't hit me until afterwards when I was driving home.

"Had a bit of a sook in the car, called my brother and my dad and they were so excited for me.

"I'll be absolutely stoked to pull on the jumper for the first time, I've supported West Coast since I was growing up as a youngin'.

"It's a dream come true."