Blackburn Rovers are in talks with Craig Conway and Danny Graham over new contracts, according to BBC Sport.
Blackburn, who will be playing the Championship next season, are hoping to tie the experienced duo down on new contracts with both of their current deals due to expire next month.
The Rovers have given new contracts to young striker Lewis Mansell as well as goalkeeper Charlie Albinson. However, they have opted to release Elliott Ward, Liam Feeney and Aaron Dillon as Tony Mowbray assesses his squad for next season.
Blackburn won promotion from League One at the first time of asking after finishing second in the automatic promotion places behind Wigan Athletic.
They are hoping to have Craig Conway and Danny Graham amongst their options for next season as both of them have got bags of experience at Championship level. However, they are both now free to talk to other clubs as well.
Conway, who is 33 years-old, has played for Rovers since 2015 and has played over 150 matches for the Ewood Park club. He has previously played for Dundee United, Cardiff City and Brighton and Hove Albion.
Danny Graham, on the other hand, is another who Blackburn want to hand a new deal to in order to bolster their attack for next season. He has rekindled his career at Ewood Park after his goals dried up at Sunderland. He scored 13 goals the last time Rovers were in the Championship and bagged 16 in all competitions for them this season.