Cobblers boss Keith Curle says it is possible that some of the Northampton Town squad might move on this summer in search of more regular first team football.
Curle says he has spoken to some of the players who might not feature as regularly as they might hope next season to explain their options.
"We have spoken to some of the boys who might not play as much as they would like next season," he said. "The players want to play and if they aren't getting the game time with us, they might want to look at their options to further their careers and that is an option on the table.
"Continuity is important and so I was delighted we were able to keep Sam Hoskins and Michael Harriman. Sam and Michael have both brought in to what we are trying to create. Their personalities fit well with the club, they have been on a journey with us and we are delighted that journey will continue. Sam has accepted all of the challenges he has had and has risen to those challenges. He has played in a number of roles and whatever he is asked to do, he does and he has the ability to do. That shows his character and his understanding of the game and the different roles he plays.
"Michael Harriman has also played a number of roles and he can adapt and that is important for us. He quietly did a great job against Randell Williams in the play off final and I think he is an excellent fit for the football club."