St Mirren manager Danny Lennon is confident new deals with Nigel Hasselbaink and Jeroen Tesselaar will be agreed in the next few days.
Lennon is looking to tie up the new contracts before the players head off on their summer breaks and the Saints boss sees no obstacle to securing the duo on a longer deal.
"We're confident that the deals will be sorted out sooner rather than later," he said.
"Both of the players are relatively young and have adapted well to coming to a new culture and a new club.
"Nigel had a brilliant start to the season and then faded a little bit, but in the past six weeks or so he has shown us what he has.
"Jeroen has been relatively consistent and they are two that we certainly want to keep."
Lennon will look to add only one or two further players this summer, although he has admitted that he will always have one eye on the transfer market.
Anything other than defeat to Aberdeen at Pittodrie this weekend will give St Mirren their highest league finish since 1989, a statistic that is a source of significant satisfaction for Lennon.
"People look at the fixtures at this stage of the season and they assume that the affairs in the bottom six mean little unless you are fighting relegation.
"But this game at the weekend means everything to us at St Mirren and I bet every other club feels the same way.
"The higher up you finish, the better the financial reward and that is so important.
"I cannot say for sure that any money we get will be reinvested in the playing side of things, but I can say that any revenue we get will be reinvested to better the club in some capacity.
"It also says a lot for us if we can earn ourselves a really good finish because I think overall we can be relatively pleased with how the season has panned out for us.
"Of course, there are always areas that niggle and where you can see the need for improvement but, as a whole, it has been a solid campaign for us."
Lennon's players will disperse next week to head off on summer breaks, but the manager himself will be at his desk a little longer.
Delaying his holiday will mean he might get the chance to enjoy it once he does get away from the club.
"I'm looking forward to spending a bit of time with my family and my two boys because it has been a busy year," he said.
"But I want to try and get as much work done before I go away as possible, which means that we'll be hanging off for a wee while yet.
"The challenge is to bring in players that obviously suit our budget, but also whom we think can improve what we have got. We have our eye on a few things, but we need to wait and see what happens."