ANTONY KAY and Danny Cadamarteri are set to sign new Town contracts.

Versatile Kay, whose previous deal has just expired, had been linked with a return to former club Tranmere.

But the centre-back or midfielder has started training with Town and is ready to pledge himself to the Galpharm and another League I promotion tilt.

The same goes for much-travelled attacker Cadamarteri, who returned for a second spell at the club in January on a five-month deal with an option for another year.

The 31-year-old made two starts and 12 appearances last season, scoring three goals, one of them on his debut at Exeter, proving himself useful as an impact player from the bench.

Barnsley product Kay, signed from Tranmere two years ago, made a high-profile return to the starting side to figure in all three League I play-off ties, taking his total Town appearance tally to 88 with 11 goals.

He grabbed the equaliser which sent Town’s semi-final showdown with Bournemouth to penalties, then put away the spot kick which sealed a 4-2 shoot-out success.

Keeper Nick Colgan recently signed a new one-year contract with boss Lee Clark, who has already added defenders Calum Woods, Oscar Gobern and midfielder Donal McDermott to his squad.

Former Town left-back Robbie Williams is being lined up to join Plymouth as soon as they come out of administration.

The 26-year-old has had spells at Stockport and Rochdale since leaving the Galpharm last summer.

Town, who have an interest in signing former loan midfielder Damien Johnson from Plymouth, will be monitoring the situation at Home Park, where a takeover could be finalised today.

The Devon club, relegated from League I last season, are in talks with the Northern Ireland international over reaching settlement on a contract agreed when they were in the Championship and which still has a year to run.

KAY he was linked with a return to his former club Tranmere but has resumed training with Town and is all set to sign a new contract