Richie Wellens and Paul Keegan are expected to pen new contracts today - much to the delight of Paul Dickov.
Wellens is set to sign a new two-year deal following talks with Dickov earlier this week.
The 34-year-old activated a relegation release clause in his previous deal but now looks set to see out the remainder of his career at Doncaster.
Fellow midfielder Keegan, 30, will sign a three-year deal as a reward for his performances on the pitch and also attitude off it.
Dickov said of Wellens: “We had a long chat on Monday - he wants to take the release clause out and he wants to play with us which is great news.
“Richie wants to play football. He realises he’s got a good chance of doing that here as well.
“He’s a top kid.
“I know people might look at it and think ‘it’s a new contract, it’s more money, it’s this and that’, but it’s not.
“He’s shown a desire to stay and play.
“I’ve said all along, if players want to do that, I’ll play them.”
On Dubliner Keegan, Dickov said: “Paul Keegan deserves a lot of credit.
“He’s stuck by us and believed what I was telling him. He’s believed in what we’re trying to do here.
“Playing the way he’s played, with only a month’s contract and no real security at the end of it, is a real credit to Paul.
“He deserves his three years. He’s a top, top pro.”