Port Vale have confirmed they have offered new deals to seven of their out-of-contract players.
Manager Micky Adams has made it clear he wants to retain the services of midfielder Anthony Griffith, who was named the club's player of the year, and 19-year-old goalkeeper Chris Martin, Vale's young player of the year as they narrowly missed out on the League Two play-offs after a late surge.
Defender John McCombe has also been offered new terms, along with midfield duo Lewis Haldane and Kris Taylor, and strike pair Louis Dodds and Marc Richards.
Joe Anyon's six-year spell with Vale is set to come to an end, though, as the 23-year-old keeper is available on a free transfer having not been offered an extension.
Veteran striker Geoff Horsfield has not been offered a playing contract after just 12 appearances and one start this season but the 36-year-old is in talks over taking on the assistant manager's role at Vale Park.