SWINDON Town manager Richie Wellens will talk to several of his out-of-contract players about their futures following this afternoon’s League Two clash at home to Crewe Alexandra.

Following Good Friday’s goalless draw away at Cambridge United, Wellens confirmed the club had offered defenders Dion Conroy and Kyle Knoyle fresh terms to remain at the Engery Check County Ground.

However, a large number of other players within the squad also see their current deals run out at the end of the season.

In recent weeks, Wellens has insisted that he does not want to see a large turnover of players over the summer.

Today’s game against Crewe is one of three games Town have left to play this season, although their campaign could be extended should they qualify for the play-offs.

Wellens says he is still weighing up whether or not to begin contract negotiations with some players, although believes his thinking will be much more concrete following this afternoon’s clash against Crewe.

Should players wish to remain at SN1, now would be the time to stake their claim as Wellens admits he is unlikely to be impressed by those who coast towards the end of the season.

“I don’t want to go into names and numbers,” said Wellens.

“We’ve offered Kyle Knoyle a contract, we’ve offered Dion Conroy a contract, and there are others who we’re waiting to see where we are.

“We’ll speak to them probably after the game on Monday. It would be wrong of me to put names in.

“When you’re a manager, it takes a long time for players to gain your trust.

“Players can lose your trust very quickly, so if I see that people are resting on their laurels or they’re not working at their maximum, then that can easily change my mind.”

Following this afternoon’s match against Crewe, Town travel to nearby Cheltenham Town on Saturday, April 27, before rounding off their season at home to Notts County seven days later.