Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has expressed his desire to retain the services of captain Stephen Craigan when his contract expires this summer.
The 35-year-old former Northern Ireland international signed a one-year extension following talks with McCall after last season's Scottish Cup final.
But he has not entered discussions about a further extension as yet.
"I would love to be having a conversation with him after the Cup final this year too," said McCall.
"I've not really spoken to any of the lads that are out of contract yet - there's plenty of time to sort that.
"Stephen has done well this season and perhaps surprised a lot of people who didn't think he would get a new deal by having a number of good games."
Craigan's second spell with Motherwell began in 2003, when he returned to Fir Park after a three-year spell with Partick Thistle.
He announced his international retirement in July after earning his 54th cap against Slovenia.