Northampton Town manager Jon Brady has announced his end of season retained list after the club's promotion to Sky Bet League One.
The Cobblers have eighteen players already under contract for the 2023/24 season, with another three, Tom King, Ali Koiki and Max Dyche, offered new terms.
PLAYERS UNDER CONTRACT
Lee Burge, Tyler Magloire, Aaron McGowan, Jack Sowerby, Jon Guthrie, Sam Sherring, Sam Hoskins, Ben Fox, Louis Appere, Danny Hylton, Mitch Pinnock, Will Hondermarck, Shaun McWilliams, Harvey Lintott, Akin Odimayo, Ryan Haynes, Josh Tomlinson, Peter Abimbola
PLAYERS OFFERED A NEW CONTRACT
Ali Koiki, Max Dyche, Tom King
PLAYERS NOT OFFERED A NEW CONTRACT
David Norman, Josh Harrop, Jonny Maxted, Paul Osew, Miguel Ngwa, Jack Connor, Liam Cross
"We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the players leaving us," said manager Jon Brady.
"I cannot speak highly enough of the players, their commitment and their work ethic and they all played a part in a fantastic season.
"It is always a shame when you have to say goodbye to some players, but for all parties it is the correct decision. The players need and deserve to be playing regular football and as a club and a squad we need to prepare for the challenges we will face in League One next season.
"The players leaving all played their part. They helped us and we helped them and I think they move on better players for their experience here and we genuinely wish each and every player well. We are so grateful to them for their efforts.
"Thanks to our planning we are in the excellent position of having a good core of a squad already under contract for next season. We know what we want to add over the summer and we know where we want to be. On top of that, we have offered new contracts to Tom King, Ali Koiki and Max Dyche."
In addition to the above lists, all loan players have returned to their parent clubs and Brady added: "A huge thank you also goes out to the loan players and their parent clubs. Over the last few years we have developed an excellent reputation for improving players and that makes us an attractive option for both players and clubs who may be loaning players out and I think that has been seen again this season."
Goalkeeper James Dadge has meanwhile become the second academy player to be offered professional terms this season following Josh Tomlinson who signed his contract in December, Dadge has been offered a contract with a view to spending some time out on loan next season to continue his development.