MK Dons manager Karl Robinson is keen to keep his team together after winning promotion from League One.
The Dons will be competing in the Championship next season after a record-breaking campaign which saw them finish second in the League One.
34-year-old Robinson is desperate to retain the players who have got the club into the second tier of English football for the first time in it’s history, offering new deals to no less than six players.
David Martin, Lee Hodson, Dean Lewington, Tom Flanagan, Antony Kay and Dean Bowditch have all been given the chance to extend their stay at stadium:mk.
Jordan Spence, Carl Baker, Daniel Powell and Charlie Burns have already secured their futures at the club after an extension clause in their contracts was activated; whilst Ian McLoughlin and Will Summerfield have not had their deals renewed and will leave the club at the end of June.
MK Dons fans… What do you make of this news? Does your current squad have what it takes to avoid relegation next season? Let us know in the comments.