Twelve players have committed their immediate futures to Bohemians.
Manager Keith Long has managed to retain almost half of his current squad, with others hoped to follow.
Among the dozen are goalkeeper James Talbot, who's confirmed he's signed a two-year deal with the Phibsborough club.
The former Sunderland custodian will continue to vie for the no.1 role with Stephen McGuinness, as he's also signed on for 2021.
Joining them are defenders Anto Breslin, vice-captain/model Rob Cornwall, James Finnerty and Ciaran Kelly.
Captain Keith Buckley has also inked a new deal, as have Conor Levingston, Dawson Devoy, Jack Moylan, Promise Omochere and Ross Tierney.
Delighted to have signed a new 2 year deal with the club 🔴⚫️ huge thanks to David Campbell sports management for helping me get the deal done! Excited for 2021 and the challenge ahead 👊🏽 pic.twitter.com/2XE8sBwu0t
— James Talbot (@jamestalbot197) November 25, 2020
Absent from today's list of re-signings are Republic of Ireland under-21 internationals Andy Lyons, Danny Mandroiu and Danny Grant.
Mandroiu had been linked with a potential move to bitter rivals Shamrock Rovers in recent months having found himself on the fringes of the Bohs first-team.
Strikers Andre Wright and Dinny Corcoran are among the others currently in contractual limbo.
Long, and assistant Trevor Croly, only recently signed new 4-year deals at Bohemians.
"I’m delighted so many have committed to the club for 2021 at this early stage of the closed season," the manager said.
“There is a good mix of experience and players of great potential. I am excited and really looking forward to working with them all again next season.
“We still have more work to do and we hope to have more re-signings and potential new recruits to announce in the coming weeks."