Bristol Rovers are confident they will be able to keep star midfielder Chris Lines at the club.
The 24-year-old, who has come through the ranks at the Memorial Stadium, is out of contract at the end of the season.
Lines is being tracked by a host of clubs with Cardiff, Leicester, Southampton and Leeds all keeping tabs on his situation.
However, director of football Lennie Lawrence is confident that he will sign a new deal.
"Chris Lines is moving along nicely - big decisions for everyone," Lawrence told the club's official website.
"We have moved forward and I am hopeful it will be concluded in the next few days - although it's not done yet."
Lawrence is also hopeful they will be able to agree terms with Colchester United for the permanent signing of Pat Baldwin.
"With regards to Pat Baldwin - they want to do it permanently, so do we, but there is a bit of a difference in the valuations at the moment, but we hope to conclude that as well," he said.