Burnley have offered a raft of players new deals.
Winger Aaron Lennon and full-back Phil Bardsley have both had options in their existing contracts activated to keep them at the club next season.
And a similar scenario for midfielder Steven Defour, whose extension was activated at the end of the 2017/18 seson, means the former Belgium international midfielder remains under contract for 2019/20.
The rest of Sean Dyche's senior squad is also still under contract.
Daniel Agyei, top scorer for the Under-23s, has been offered a new deal, along with midfielder Aiden O'Neill following his successful season-long loan with Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners.
Winger Tunde Bayode and midfielder Christian N'Guessan – regulars in Steve Stone's U23 set-up – have also been offered new contracts, along with defender Scott Wilson, who gets a first professional contract.
Under-23s' captain Anthony Glennon and defensive colleague Ali Koiki, who have both made it as far as the bench at first-team level this season, have both previously had contract clauses activated to extend their stays, along with midfielder Mace Goodridge, who will return from injury in pre-season.