Former Sheffield Wednesday pair Reda Johnson and Marcus Tudgay are set to hold talks with League One side Coventry City about extending their stay with the club, according to reports in thestar.co.uk.
The striker and defender have both escaped the end of season cuts at the Midlands club after the final decisions were made on Monday, as to whether Tony Mowbray would be the manager there next season.
Despite the pair being out for half of the season with damaging injuries, Mowbray was keen to keep hold of them because of their experience in the higher leagues.
As part of the announcement that confirmed that Mowbray would be manager next season, City decided that they would be letting eight players go including former Owls loanee Danny Pugh, ex-Norwich City striker Simeon Jackson, Frank Nouble and Shaun Miller.
The Sky Blues finished 17th in the third tier of English football after finishing five points clear of the drop on the final day of the season.