Swansea have put all talks with their out-of-contract players on hold until the summer.
The second-placed Swans are firmly in contention for promotion to the Premier League so want to focus on maintaining their Championship form during the run-in.
Goalkeeper Dorus de Vries, defender Angel Rangel and midfielder Darren Pratley have all been mainstays in Brendan Rodgers' side and are just three of the players who see their current deals expire at the end of the campaign.
And although delaying talks raises the prospect of players leaving on a free in the summer, chairman Huw Jenkins insists the club's efforts must be channelled towards clinching a historic return to the top flight for the first time since 1983.
"The last thing we need is anything getting on people's minds and distracting them from the job in hand between now and the end of the season," Jenkins told the South Wales Evening Post.
"There are a couple things to remember here. First of all, contract talks are never as straightforward as people make out. You have to try to find the middle ground and that's not easy.
"And secondly, with the club in the position we're in, we don't want anything at all affecting our focus and concentration. I am not just talking about the players, I mean everyone involved at the club.
"Contract talks can impact on a lot of people and we don't want that to happen when all our thoughts should be on the next game and on moving forward in the next few months."