Partick Thistle manager Jackie McNamara is hopeful of agreeing new deals with David Rowson and Iain Flannigan.
The midfield pair are out of contract, but the Jags boss is eager to retain their services.
Rowson was a stalwart of the Thistle side that finished fifth in the Irn-Bru First Division last season, while Flannigan had an impressive debut campaign after signing from Kilmarnock 12 months ago.
"We still have a couple we are looking to get tied down," McNamara said. "Rowser is a priority for me, so hopefully we can get him and Iain signed up."
The futures of John Robertson and Bryan Hodge remain uncertain, with McNamara saying: "I have spoken to Robbo, and I think Hodgey has had offers. It will come down to money."
McNamara completed his second signing of the close season with the capture of striker Tommy Stewart on Tuesday.
The Northern Irishman agreed a short-term move to Glasgow in March, but he has now penned a one-year contract after an encouraging stint at Firhill.
Stewart joins top scorer Kris Doolan and Martin Grehan in the attack and McNamara is confident his forwards can fire Thistle to success next season.
He said: "We are delighted to have agreed a deal with Tommy, I think he is a great signing for the club.
"He showed at the end of the season what he is capable of and scored a couple of goals.
"It gives us good competition up front. Dools got 18 goals, while Martin Grehan also had a really strong season.
"We have the two youngsters coming through in Kieran Burns and Shaun Fraser, so we are fortunate we have got a bit of talent up front.
"In the last few games of the season, we looked like we could score goals. We scored three against Raith and it could have been more.
"Even against Dundee, with 10 men, we still looked dangerous."