Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed players with deals set to expire will have to wait for talks.
First team regulars Ryan Jack, Niall McGinn, Ash Taylor, Andrew Considine and Peter Pawlett all have contracts that expire at the end of the season.
However, with six games remaining in a congested December, McInnes is focused on points, not deals, for now.
Aberdeen are just two points behind Rangers in the race for second spot in the Premiership, but have played a game less.
And McInnes insisted during a busy December all their focus will be on racking up the victories.
On opening talks with out-of-contract players, he said: “It is not my priority at the minute, my priority is to try to win a few games first.
“Then we will see where we are after that. We will maybe speak about that once we get these games out of the way.”
Earlier this season McInnes secured leading goalscorer Adam Rooney on a contract extension that will see him remain at Pittodrie until the summer of 2020.
McInnes has previously indicated he is keen to extend the loan deal for Norwich City attacker James Maddison.
The 19-year-old’s loan expires on January 4.
Maddison, a £3 million signing by Norwich in January from Coventry City, has been a first team regular and netted a wonderfree-kick in the 2-1 win over Rangers in September.
McInnes said: “There has been no update on James’ situation.
“We will speak with Norwich in due course but it’s important we concentrate on the games at the minute.
“I don’t think anything will be decided in December.
“When games come thick and fast like they are it’s important to maximise the points available.”
The Dons are hopeful Maddison will shake off the knock suffered in the 5-1 victory over Kilmarnock in midweek in time to feature in their Premiership clash with St Johnstone at Pittodrie tomorrow.
Dons skipper Jack will be available after missing the Killie game through suspension.