Ospreys boss Steve Tandy has stated that negotiations are underway with Wales and Lions trio Adam Jones, Ian Evans and Alun-Wyn Jones.
All three forwards are out of contract at the end of the upcoming season, with Tandy adamant that both parties are eager to tie up a new deal as soon as possible.
Tighthead prop Jones has drawn interest from clubs in France beforehand, with Tandy fully aware of their importance to the club.
"We want them to stay and I am sure they want to stay," said Tandy to WalesOnline.
"Things are ongoing and we want to keep hold of as many players as we can.
"That is something for people above me to sort out. They were sensational for the Lions and represented what the Ospreys are about. We have put in place a system to bring these guys through."
Tandy also confirmed that Alun-Wyn Jones, who captained the British the Irish Lions in the third Test victory over Australia, would continue to lead the Ospreys this season.
"It will be Alun-Wyn as captain again, there will be no need for changes there," added Tandy.
"He is an inspirational player who leads by example and is not afraid to say his piece. He is a huge leader for us and ideal for me as a coach, he is a fantastic player and a true Osprey."