Queens Park Rangers have offered several of their young players new contracts at the club, after securing their Premier League survival.
The Hoops have moved to secure the futures of Angelo Balanta, Michael Harriman, Aaron Lennox, Taylor Parmenter and Bruno Andrade.
But 19-year-old defender Luke Olley will not be offered a new deal, and goalkeeper Elvijs Putnins, who made some appearances on the bench this season, has had his contract cancelled by mutual consent.
The club have also confirmed Air Asia as the club's full kit sponsor for next season, after their logo appeared on QPR's two away shirts this year.
Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes is also CEO of the Malaysian-based airline, and the club hope that the deal will help to promote the club in the Far East.
QPR marketing director Becky Grote told the club's official website: "We have great ambition for the growth of QPR in the Asian market, and AirAsia provide us with the perfect platform to raise awareness of the club in new territories."