Bohemians have re-signed talented young midfielder Dawson Devoy for 2022 but the futures of Georgie Kelly, Rob Cornwall and Keith Buckley remain unclear.

On Saturday the Gypsies confirmed that 11 of this season's squad have been tied down for next year.

Liam Burt, Ali Coote, Devoy - who was named PFA Ireland Young Player of the Year on Friday night - Rory Feely, James Finnerty, Ciarán Kelly, Conor Levingston, Stephen Mallon, Jamie Mullins, James Talbot and Tyreke Wilson will all be part of Keith Long's squad as they look to bounce back from their FAI Cup final defeat to St Pat's.

There are some notable absentees from the list of those re-signed so far however.

Striker Kelly, who scored 26 goals for Bohs this year, has turned heads across the water, with Portsmouth among the clubs reportedly interested. He scooped the Player of the Year gong at the PFAI ceremony.

Buckley has long harboured an ambition to go travelling, with Cornwall also rumoured to be considering a move abroad. Ross Tierney has already agreed a switch to Motherwell.

It will certainly hearten Bohs fans to see 20-year-old midfielder Devoy sticking around.

Reflecting on a breakthrough 2021, Devoy said: "It was a good season for me personally and I am looking forward to building on it next season.

"Last night it was nice to be noticed by the players you play against and get that recognition from them.

"But next year we want to push on as a team too. It was bitterly disappointing not to qualify for Europe this year, and losing the FAI Cup final was tough for the team and everyone involved at the club.

"We want to be better than that. That will be the aim next year I am sure, as well as getting the club back into Europe.

"We know there will be changes to the squad next season. But with 11 players signed back already, we have a strong core there to build on.

"I am sure Keith Long will add quality to the squad over the next month or so over the closed season as well, as he always does."