Coventry City manager Micky Adams and chairman Mike McGinnity are encouraged by the number of their out-of-contract players who have chosen to commit themselves to the Championship club.
Influential men such as midfielder Stephen Hughes and striker Gary McSheffrey have already agreed new deals along with Dele Adebola and Richard Duffy.
And the Sky Blues' duo of Isaac Osbourne and Andy Morrell are set to emulate them by signing new one-year contracts today.
Osbourne, an 18-year-old midfielder, and 30-year-old striker Morrell have returned from holiday ahead of the start of pre-season training next week and will sign up for 12 months, with the option of a further year in the club's favour.
McGinnity said: "I spoke to both of them on their holidays and we are anticipating them signing.
"The manager and I are pleased as it is another boost and hopefully we can announce some new signings in the near future.
"We have a few things developing but the players have offers from other Championship clubs and are taking their time."
Adams is believed to be closing in on a new goalkeeper and is also thought to be close to agreeing new deals with the out of contract duo of Claus Jorgensen and Craig Reid.