The seasoned stopper whose presence proved vital as Alex Smithies suffered a succession of injuries is signed up for another season and fit again after hernia surgery.
The right-back contracted to 2013 will be looking to continue his development after making a big impact on his return from a loan spell at Chesterfield.
Top priority for the international left-back as he enters his second season at the club will be to stay fit and keep up his impressive record of finishing on winning sides.
The fact that he has been Player of the Year for the last two seasons shows the influence of Town’s skipper and no-nonsense centre-back. He is contracted through to 2014.
The former Barnsley and Tranmere man’s versatility – he can play centre-back or midfield – makes him a useful asset.Seems ready to put pen to paper on a new contract offer.
Lee Clark has spoken of his desire to bring Hull’s Republic of Ireland star back to the club after last season’s loan stint, but there have been no developments yet.
The right-back who lined-up in midfield for the play-off final is now at Championship club Leicester after a close-season switch said to be worth more than £1m to Town.
The former Scotland Under 21 man has had a season to adapt to the English game after his switch from Falkirk and will be looking to kick on and add to his six-goal tally for the club.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle has hinted that the talented teenager who came in on loan after Anthony PIlkington was sidelined could get his chance at the Reebok this time.
The tricky ex-Ipswich winger is in talks with Town over extending a contract which currently has a year to go. Makes a big contribution, both in terms of goals and assists.
Town’s Old Trafford defeat scuppered hopes of getting the Arsenal prospect back. The 18-year-old who has signed a new long-term Gunners deal could be loaned to Millwall.
Fans will be hoping the big man who was signed from Crystal Palace last August and memorably hit the target at Arsenal in the FA Cup will bring his experience to bear.
There has been plenty of speculation about a possible move, but the leading scorer for the last two seasons signed a contract extension through to 2015 as recently as March.
The much-travelled impact striker who returned from Scotland for a second Town spell in January looks set to take up the option of another season at the Galpharm.
The seasoned former Icelandic international midfielder signed from Burnley 12 months ago is going into the second and final year of his Town deal.
The giant centre-back who lost his place in the starting side ahead of the play-offs has been linked with Barnsley but remains at the Galpharm, where he is contracted to 2013.
More than half of his 31 league appearances last season were from the bench, so the Geordie striker will be out to stake a claim during his third season at the club.
Seen only once so far (in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy home clash with Carlisle) the former Republic of Ireland player will again provide goalkeeping back-up.