Which current Hearts players are likely to be at club for next season?

Hearts manager Craig Levein is already thinking about his squad for the 2019/20 campaign.

Thursday, 9th May 2019, 12:24 pm
A general view of Tynecastle Park

We take a look at the current squad and say whether each player is likely to be at Tynecastle next term ...

Gloves are his after series of strong performances. Two years left at club.
Another year on deal, but may not want to be deputy at stage of his career.

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Currently on loan at Toronto. Remains to be seen whether he'll feature next term.
Recently signed new deal and is club's first-choice right-back.
Canadian is well-regarded at Tynecastle and will deputise for Smith.
Promising youngster who can cover both full-back positions.
Second loan spell destroyed by injury. Will return to Manchester United.
Young Irishman has filled in at left-back, but likely to be used in midfield in future.
Will be expected to challenge for left-back slot after spell of fitness rebuilding.
Aussie left-back will feature once recovered from long-term ACL injury.
Hasn't set heather alight at Hearts and will return to Leeds at end of loan.
Club captain recently extended contract and is talisman in Hearts defence.
Hearts will want to keep him, but clubs south of border are interested and may test with bid.
Veteran Northern Irishman will almost certainly be released at end of season.
Signed one-year extension and is popular among fanbase. Good back-up defender.
Has been given chance late in season, but unsure whether he'll be part of squad next season.
Contract is up at end of season and smart money would be on him departing.
Been used in fits and starts, but likely to be part of 2019/20 campaign.
Stuttering second half of season, but will be expected to kick on next term.
Hearts will have high hopes for youngster as he finally overcomes injuries.
Signed new deal last week and is fast becoming heartbeat of team.
Still young enough to make impression. Likelihood is that he'll go out on loan.
Made first-team breakthrough last month. Could continue development on loan.
Highly-regarded winger. Another who may get a stint on loan like this season at Inverness.
Hearts will be looking for Englishman to blossom fully after mixed campaign.
He's free to leave, and has been for some time. No takers. One more year left on contract.
Has made left-wing berth his own recently and will have role again next season.
Handed contract extension in January and will hope to make first team again.
Injury has ended his season but will be expected to kick on again.
Seems set to sign permanent deal at club, but until the ink is on that contract ...
Out of contract and certain to depart after two failed loan spells at Partick and Motherwell.
High hopes for a player who hasn't ignited yet at Tynecastle.
Veteran has another year on deal and will be part of squad next season.
Confidence collapse and poor form mean his future is in balance despite having year left on deal.
Performed well on loan at Alloa and likely to get crack at first team.
Still one more year left on deal. Don't rule out another loan move though.
In the same boat as Currie. Probably earmarked for a loan switch.
Barring a big bid, Hearts' main striker will lead the line next season.