RELEASED duo Martin McIntosh and John McAliskey could come face to face with Town before the start of next season.
The pair are being linked with League II Mansfield, who host Andy Ritchie's side in a friendly on Saturday, August 4.
Experienced centre-back McIntosh is also believed to have had preliminary inquiries from Mansfield's divisional rivals Rotherham, one of his former clubs, and Peterborough.
Mansfield manager Billy Dearden missed his own side's final-day 1-1 draw at Bury to be at the Galpharm, where Town beat Orient 3-1.
Scotsman McIntosh, 36, played in that game to take his Town appearance tally to 52.
Huddersfield-born McAliskey, 22, was on the bench but didn't come on, leaving the striker with a final club appearance tally of 48 (with eight goals).
Mansfield, where Dearden is in his second spell as boss, finished 17th in League II.
As well as Town, they have lined up pre-season clashes with Leicester and Derby.
Town completed their friendly schedule by fixing up a trip to Conference North club Hucknall on Tuesday, July 24 (7.30).
It's one of seven away friendlies for Town, whose only home game is against Premiership Blackburn on Wednesday, August 1.
Andy Ritchie takes teams to AFC Emley (Wednesday, July 18), Bridlington Town (Saturday 21), Bradford Park Avenue (Wednesday 25), Rochdale (Saturday 28) and Farsley Celtic (Tuesday, August 7) to go with the Mansfield meeting.
Three former Emley players were on target as Farsley, bossed by ex-Town defender Lee Sinnott, won promotion to the Conference with a thrilling 4-3 win over Hinckley United in last night's Conference North play-off final at Burton Albion's Pirelli Stadium.
Damien Reeves, ex-Town junior player Ryan Crossley and Simeon Bambrook struck to earn glory for the Celts, who were 2-1 down with 13 minutes to go.
"I'm absolutely stunned. I can't think of any other way of describing it," said Sinnott, who has been linked with the vacancy at Bradford City.
Former Emley goalkeeper Chris Marples has been reunited with Nicky Law at Conference North club Alfreton Town.
Marples was right-hand man as boss Law led Buxton to this season's UniBond League Division I title.