Plymouth have offered new deals to a number of their stars as they plan for next season.
David Norris, Micky Evans, Lilian Nalis and Mathias Doumbe have all been offered new terms at Home Park.
Plymouth are keen to keep all four players at the club and ward off potential suitors in the quartet.
"We've opened negotiations with David Norris's agent to extend his contract, which expires in 2007, by a further two years," Plymouth chief executive Michael Dunford told the club's official website.
"I think that anybody who has watched Argyle play this season will probably know that Norris is one of our best performers."
"Mathias Kouo-Doumbe's contract is up, and he's been offered a new two year deal and we are waiting to hear his response.
"Michael Evans has been offered a one-year deal, and so has Lilian Nalis who has settled in well at the club."
One player who has committed his future to the club is Lee Hodges.
Hodges has inked a new one-year deal at Home Park.
"Lee has come in today and we have agreed a new one-year deal with him, which is good news," added Dunford.
"It's very nice for Lee to have come through a very traumatic period, and we are very pleased that he has warranted the offer of a new contract.
"He is just very glad to still be playing professional football."
Meanwhile, former Plymouth defender Brian McGlinchey has returned to the club to join their coaching staff.