Hull City manager Nigel Adkins is keen to hold talks with Fraizer Campbell and David Marshall about signing new contracts with the club.
However, that will not happen until Adkins has confirmed whether he will be staying with the Tigers.
The former Southampton and Reading manager, who is out of contract this summer, said in March: "I am looking at the whole picture of where we are moving as a football club. I think that is important."
Meanwhile, Callum Burton, Adam Curry, Evandro, Will Keane, Ondrej Mazuch, Liam Ridgewell and James Weir have been told they will not be retained by the club.
Todd Kane and Chris Martin have returned to their parent clubs following the end of their season-long loan spells at the KCOM Stadium.
Hull City finished 13th in the Championship this season after seemingly being set for a battle to avoid relegation in the opening months of the campaign.
The Tigers only won two of their first 14 matches and were still in the bottom three at the end of November.
However, Adkins' team won six matches in a row from mid-December to mid-January and, despite picking up just two points from their last five games, finished the season in a comfortable mid-table spot.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa and Derby County will meet in the Championship play-off final on Monday 27th May. The Villans are 8/13 to secure promotion, with the Rams available at 13/10.