Following six points from their last two matches, it's looking increasingly likely Brighton will retain their Premier league status once more.
Head coach Graham Potter will no doubt be keen to strengthen in certain areas at the end of the campaign but to do so, he will have to reduce numbers.
Albion were keen to trim their squad in the previous transfer window and they did to an extent with players such as Bernardo, Maty Ryan and Jayson Molumby departing on loan.
Shane Duffy meanwhile went to Celtic on loan last summer but remains contracted with Brighton.
Scroll down and click through to see who could be heading for the Amex exit door this summer
1. Shane Duffy
Contracted with Brighton until June 2023.The Ireland international centre back has had a tough time north of the border while on loan with Celtic. The Hoops have struggled this season and Duffy has failed to nail down a spot in their defence. Hard to see him back playing for Albion, while Celtic are unlikely to consider a permanent move. Will likely move on this summer.
2. Jayson Molumby
Brighton contract expires June 2023. The Ireland international midfielder has made a solid start to life on loan at Preston following his January switch. Preston were keen to sign him permanently at the time but Brighton were said to favour a loan. Albion are well stacked in central midfield and will have to make a big decision on Molumby this summer.
3. Maty Ryan
Brighton contract expires June 2022. The Aussie international lost his place between the sticks to Rob Sanchez and joined Arsenal on loan last January until the end of the season. Difficult to see him back at Brighton - especially after he upset the club and fans with comments made to Australian media. Will likely move on this summer.
Brighton contract expires June 2022: Moved to Red Bull Salzburg on loan last January. Suffered a knee ligament injury with his new club in February and is working his way back to fitness. Would be a surprise to see him back playing at the Amex and will likely depart, either on loan or permanent this summer