Hearts boss Craig Levein has revealed that the club has offered new contracts to Steven Naismith and Arnaud Djoum.
“It would be good to get all the ones signed up who give us that stability I keep talking about” Levein told Sky Sports.
“I’ll just wait and see what happens.”
Both players are free agents at the end of the season.
Naismith has been key man for Hearts this season, scoring 13 goals in 22 appearances.
His goal tally is all the more impressive when you consider that he has missed large parts of the season through injury.
He has gone from being a bit-part player at Norwich to starting up-front for Scotland, all thanks to his performances for Hearts.
Djoum has been a regular in midfield for the Jambos, making 23 appearances so far this season.
Hearts have recently been successful in getting players to commit to the club.
Captain Christophe Berra recently signed a deal that keeps him at Tynecastle until 2021.
Fellow defender John Souttar also signed a new deal long-term deal.
If Hearts manage to keep hold of both Naismith and Djoum, it will provide them with plenty of stability going into next season.
Hearts are next in action when they take on Livingston at Tynecastle on Wednesday.
They currently sit in fifth place in the Scottish Premiership table.