Stanley are closing in on deals to keep Jimmy Ryan, Ray Putterill and Andy Parkinson at the Crown Ground.
Boss John Coleman is keen to secure the future of Ryan, whose contract expires at the end of the season.
The 22-year-old has been consistently impressive this term and has started to chip in with a regular supply of goals too, scoring five times in his last eight games.
Fellow midfielders Putterill, 21, and Parkinson, 31, have both proved themselves worthy of longer-term contracts after signing six-month deals before the start of the season.
Putterill netted twice in the recent FA Cup humbling of League One side Oldham, while Parkinson has become a regular after stepping up from a two-year stint in non-league football with Cambridge and Gateshead.
"Jimmy Ryan is a major asset to us," said Stanley assistant boss Jimmy Bell. "We’re looking to get him signed up and it’s the same for Ray and Parky.
"I spoke to Jimmy early in the season and told him that he would get a lot more chances to score goals in the system that we’re playing.
"And I’ve always felt that once he got goals, he would start to get noticed a bit more.
"And we’re starting to see that now. He scored a great free kick at Southend last Saturday, and Sky picked it out as one of the best goals of the weekend.
"So he’s starting to get a few accolades now, and we hope to get a deal sorted for him soon.
"Ray and Parky have both proved themselves since coming here. We put them on short-term deals initially because the two of them had suffered quite a lot with injuries.
"But they’ve shown in training that they can fulfil the demands of football at this level.
"We’ve spoken about extending their deals quite a lot in the last couple of weeks, and we hope there will be good news there soon."
Stanley have extended centre-back Kevin Long’s loan from Burnley for a second month, and are looking to strengthen further in defence before next Thursday’s emergency loan deadline.
They will be without defender Peter Murphy for the next three games after their appeal against his straight red card at Southend was rejected on Tuesday.
Stanley have had four players sent off in first-team games this season – with young midfielder Chris Turner also currently serving a three-match ban after being red carded in a reserve game against Oldham last month.
"We were very disappointed to lose the appeal against Peter’s sending off, because we felt he got the ball," Bell said.
Stanley are aiming to end a six-match winless league run by beating Stevenage at the Crown Ground tomorrow.
They will then travel to Bradford on Tuesday before a trip to Port Vale in the FA Cup second round next Friday night.
The Vale match has been brought forward to avoid a clash with neighbours Stoke, who host Manchester City in the Premier League on the Saturday. Coleman and Bell watched Vale thrash Dartford 4-0 in Tuesday night’s first-round replay, but feel Stanley can get the better of their League Two rivals.
"We had a lot of possession when we went to Vale in the league earlier in the season, and although we lost 2-0, could have got something out of the game," Bell said.
Meanwhile, former Stanley striker Bobby Grant has joined Rochdale on loan from Scunthorpe.