Jonny Hayes, David Goodwillie and Andy Considine are next on Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes’ Christmas contract list.
The Dons boss, who signed Adam Rooney and Niall McGinn to new long term deals on Monday, is set to open talks with the experienced trio.
Hayes is under contract until the summer of 2016 but both Goodwillie and Considine’s deals expire at the end of this season and McInnes is keen to keep them at Pittodrie.
He said: “We’ll get round to a few others in the next few weeks.
“We have stability at the club with much of the squad tied up on long term deals and there doesn’t need to be too much chopping and changing as we go along.”
The Aberdeen manager had a heated exchange with Goodwillie, who reacted angrily to being substituted in Saturday’s 1-0 win against Kilmarnock, but McInnes is delighted with the former Dundee United and Blackburn Rovers player’s contribution at the club.
He said: “David is doing extremely well for us. He hasn’t got the goals people will have expected of him and he is disappointed in that respect himself, but he is certainly working hard enough for the team.
“We feel his level of performance has been as such that we would like him to stay with us and we will speak to him about that in the weeks ahead.”
The Dons manager was quick to hail Rooney and McGinn for quickly agreeing extensions to their deals.
He said: “They were eager to get their deals done when we spoke to them and I think both have been strong in their reasons for wanting to be here.
“They see a chance to be part of a successful Aberdeen team and I want to fill the building with players like that.”
McInnes also signed two under-20 squad players to new deals on Monday in ex-Dunfermline forward Lawrence Shankland and Kirriemuir’s Scott McKenna.
The Aberdeen manager expects both players to establish themselves in the first team.
He said: “What we have is a real core of players. We’ve signed Scott and Lawrence who, despite being in their teens, are players we expect to be part of the first team on a regular basis in the future.”