Barnsley have offered new contracts to seven players whose deals expire this summer.
The Tykes earned promotion to The Championship with a penalty shoot-out victory over Swansea in last Saturday's play-off final, and boss Andy Ritchie is already planning for the new season.
Seven of those who featured in the win over Swansea are out of contract this June, but Ritchie is eager for them all to commit their futures to the club.
Neil Austin, Nick Colgan, Robert Hassell, Antony Kay, Stephen McPhail, Paul Reid and Chris Shuker (pictured) have all been given the opportunity to extend their stays at Oakwell.
McPhail could have been the most interesting case, after he warned Ritchie to show some ambition or risk losing him.
However, it now looks as if he will stay after the Barnsley board gave the manager permission to spend money on new players.
The Tykes will have an anxious wait to see which of the seven agree new terms, with decisions wanted as soon as possible.