Fleetwood's joint-top scorer Junior Brown heads a trio of players to commit their futures to the npower League Two outfit.
Winger Brown joins goalkeeper Scott Davies and defender Alan Goodall in putting pen to paper on new deals at the Highbury Stadium, all three having retained their first-team places after helping the club into the Football League for the first time in their history last term.
Davies looks set to have plenty of opportunities to add to his 132 appearances for the Cod Army having agreed a long-term contract that keeps him with Town until 2016, while Brown and Goodall have reached terms on two and one-year extensions respectively.
"I'm ecstatic to finally sign a new deal," said 26-year-old goalkeeper Davies on Fleetwood's official website. "Everybody knows just how I feel about the club and I felt a sense of loyalty to the club as well.
"I can now look forward to the next three years and more success with Fleetwood Town."
Brown, 23 and with 12 goals to his name this term, said: "I've got a lot of time for the club and I've really enjoyed my time here. Getting the opportunity to extend my contract was good for me.
"Hopefully the fans and the club will be happy about it as well, and I'll be able to build on my performances this season and repay the club for having faith in me."
Goodall, the senior citizen of the three at 32, is eyeing silverware under manager Graham Alexander and added: "I'm absolutely delighted. I've spoken to the gaffer and I want success alongside my team-mates.
"I have a Conference championship medal on my CV and now I want a League Two championship as well."