Deals for Gary Miller, Lewis Toshney and Louis Longridge end in January and the club’s interim chairman Lex Miller, who also assumed football operations duties in the summer ahead of a postponed ‘root and branch’ review, has begun talks with the three.
Longridge could extend a short-term Falkirk deal for a second time and is a popular figure with fans. He joined Falkirk from Hamilton in October 2017 and stayed on until the summer before spending a year at Dunfermline.
Toshney has had a difficult spell with injury but returned to the team under interim managers Lee Miller and David McCracken.
Miller too has found favour with the new management team, playing in a central midfield role after being used at right-back by Ray McKinnon.
The former Carlisle man said: “I’m back in the team we’re winning so I am pleased. I always work hard and keep myself ticking over to be ready but I think I have stepped in to make a difference.
“I played the last game under Ray and then hoped I would get a run. I’ve managed to keep my place with the new management team and I’m pleased with that. It’s a role I enjoy and I think it’s benefitting me.”