Largs are hoping to hang on to wing wizard Ben Black after interest from fellow Premiership side Troon for the fleet footed forward.
Thistle boss Stuart Davidson is keen to hold on to his influential winger who has been an ever present in the team in recent seasons - and the last remaining outfield player to have featured in the 2019 Scottish Cup Final.
Davidson said: "Ben will be in for pre-season and I have yet to have another conversation with him with view to re-signing.
"Ben has been a big player for us over the last couple of years and has good ability and showed the quality he has when we reached the Scottish Cup final - and we want him to stay."
Thistle are also giving the opportunity to former Rangers and Ayr United youth level forward and Largs-based Owen McGinty to come into training this week.
Davidson said: "It is a good chance for Owen to come in and work on his fitness. 
"Barrfields is a good place to get back on track and get some games under your belt - by all accounts he has got great ability and we would like to help him fulfil that potential."
Training resumed at Barrfields Park as players were eased in to their regular routines before manager Stuart Davidson and his coaching team start stepping up the gears over the coming weeks.
Largs Thistle have lined up a number of friendly fixtures with dates still to be announced against a Greenock Morton select, Winton Rovers, Greenock, Girvan and Arthurlie in the big build up to the much anticipated return of competitive action on July 17.
Davidson said: "With the players returning to training this week after a break we are not going to hammer them - just get them back to basics kicking the ball around. I am not going to run them into the ground but after that we will be going places!
"We will be doing a run up Douglas Park, going to Irvine Beach, and we will be concentrating on getting ready for the friendlies which will be starting in June."
"I am buzzing and honestly can't wait to get back and enjoy all the camaraderie - it will good to work on the players fitness and we will be able to tell who has worked hard and maintained their fitness. To be fair to the players, they know we are big on fitness and they do look after themselves."
And it is farewell for a third time to midfielder Graham Muir who managed to feature in a number of games for Largs Thistle in last year's curtailed season. 
Davidson said: "Muiry has been great for me and has never let us down and has always been reliable on the pitch - I couldn't say a bad word about him and he has played his part in promotions, cup runs, staying up from relegation. He has been part of some very special moments with this club and I wish him all the best."
Thistle haven't announced any new signings as yet but hope to give a number of players opportunities in the coming weeks.
A big development in the West of Scotland League is the announcement of nine new teams entering the league - and although they will arrive in the divisions below, there is a chance that Largs could meet some of these new teams in cup matches.
The nine new teams have been accepted into the West of Scotland League with more expected to follow ahead of a new division kicking off in July.
St Peters, Harthill, Harmony Row, Kilsyth Athletic, Finnart, Glenvale, Campbeltown Pupils AFC, Westerton Utd and Broomhill Sports Club join as associate members and will feature in a standalone WoSFL Development League.
Davidson said: "A game at Campbeltown would be a belter of a journey. None of the clubs are from Ayrshire so far so they would all require a good journey.
"Being from Paisley I know both St Peter's and Glenvale and they are both good well run clubs who are ambitious."
Largs Thistle have re-signed the following players: Jamie McGowan, Laurie McMaster, George Sewell, Brad Gray, Blair McIntyre, Will Sewell, Scott Adam, Keir Milliken Stuart Faulds, Craig Forbes, Corey Hughes, Jack Haggerty and Danny Farrell.