Carlisle defender Richard Keogh is keen to open talks over a new contract with the League One club.
Keogh, who has moved out to right-back from his usual role of centre-half, is one of a number of players whose deals expire at the end of the season.
The popular 23-year-old would be more than happy to sit down with Cumbrians manager Greg Abbott and discuss an extension to his current deal.
Danny Livesey, Evan Horwood, Scott Dobie and David Raven will also be out of contract in the summer so Abbott can expect to be busy in the coming months.
Keogh told the News & Star: "We have had so many games lately that it has been hard for the manager to sit down with everyone.
"But obviously the sooner everyone gets sorted, the better.
"I'm sure the manager will find time to speak to who he wants to speak to, and hopefully that will include myself.
"Everything is going really well for me, I am happy and enjoying my football, so hopefully something will get sorted.
"I will keep cracking on and doing my best for the team and we will see what happens."