Here we take a look at which Albion players could stay and who departs IF they maintain their Premier League status.
A very reliable Premier League goalkeeper. Performs at a high level each week.
STAY or GO? Stay
A very good goalkeeper in his own right and a reliable understudy to Ryan. May look for first team football elsewhere but Brighton should try to keep him.
STAY OR GO? Stay
The No 3 goalkeeper has struggled for game time since his arrival. Contract expires June 2021 so Brighton need to make a decision on what to do with the former England under-21 international. STAY OR GO? maybe time to go
Excellent for Brighton once again this season. Dunk, 28, is contracted until June 2023. Dunk may wish to leave if a Champions League club came in with a sizeable offer. Ben White could also step up next season. STAY OR GO? As painful as it sounds, it maybe time to go.
A few wobbles this season but overall a solid start to life in the PL. Will no doubt prove a very good signing over the coming seasons. Has three goals this campaign. STAY OR GO? Stay
Far from a regular this season but always reliable and committed. Much will depend if Lewis Dunk stays. A few Premier League clubs would no doubt be interested if Duffy were available. Contracted until 2023. STAY OR GO? Stay
A real success story this season. The centre back has seamlessly converted to the tallest and one of the most reliable left backs in the league. STAY OR GO? Stay
A good squad player and always willing to work hard and do a job for the team. Potter also likes to use him in midfield when pressing teams. STAY or GO? Stay
Albion's most natural right back. Has had competition from Schelotto and Alzate this season. Montoya has been solid so far and next campaign will have further competition from Tariq Lamptey. STAY or GO? Stay
The right sided player was signed from Chelsea for a reported 4million in January. A fine prospect and I'm looking forward to seeing his progress under Potter. STAY or GO? Stay
Huge credit to this player for returning from a career threatening knee injury to feature in the Premier League for Brighton this season. The 30-year-old is out of contract in the summer and could seek regular football elsewhere. STAY or GO? Go
It's well documented he should score more but I've enjoyed watching Propper so far this season. A class act in the midfield and a tremendous effort from Brighton to extend his contract to 2023. STAY or GO? Stay
Produced his best performance of the season at Wolves but was also excellent at Sheffield United. He's starting to convince Potter that he is a genuine Premier League midfielder after-all. STAY or GO? Stay
Proved once again this season his value to the squad. At 28 he has the experience, fitness and physicality to cope with Premier League and creative on his day. STAY or GO? Stay
Made his loan deal from Huddersfield Town permanent having impressed in the first part of the season. Creative in midfield and offers a goal threat. A good piece of business from Albion. STAY or GO? Stay
Was one of the first names on the team sheet earlier in the season. Out of favour recently and easing his way back from a groin issue. Maybe less playing team next season but still has a big role to play. STAY or GO? Stay
The 31-year-old struggled for full fitness this season and returned from loan spell at Charlton. Contract expires this summer. A fine professional who has made 118 appearances for the club. STAY or GO? Go
Returning to full fitness and starting to find his form. Needs a run of games to get back to his creative best. A frustrating stop/start season and both Potter and March will hope for better next campaign. STAY or GO? Stay
An encouraging 13 minutes substitute appearance at Wolves. It's been his only game time since cutting short his loan spell at Boca Juniors. Very interested to see how he performs next campaign and how Potter uses him. STAY or GO? Stay
Known as Mr Versatile but should also be Mr Composure. A very good first season in the Premier League. Tactical awareness, great first touch and can pick out a pass. STAY or GO? Stay
Doesn't have genuine pace but a very tricky customer for defenders to deal with. Can beat his man and deliver a composed pass or cross. Has been a goal threat this season and will hope to improve further next season. STAY or GO? Stay
Missed the whole of this campaign so far with a serious knee injury. The 27-year-old is contracted until June 2021. If he can get back to his best Brighton have another match winning attacking option for next season. STAY or GO? Stay
Looked to be on the way out but forced his way into the team. Scored spectacular overhead against Chelsea and used mainly from the bench since. STAY or GO? Uncertain but I think he will go, maybe on loan.
A good first campaign in the PL for Albion's leading scorer. Has eight goals so far and will hope to surpass double figures. Only 23 and plenty of time to improve and become even better. Good signing by Brighton. STAY or GO? Stay.
A good prospect. Caused experienced Premier League defenders plenty problems this season. Recovering from minor surgery on ankle and will hope to play a role in the closing stages and then kick-on next campaign. STAY or GO? Stay.
Signed an 18 month contract extension in January and will be here next season. Murray, 36, will have less game time but a great striker to call upon when required. A good influence on younger squad members. STAY or GO? Stay.
Featured at the start of the season but agreed a loan deal to Hoffenheim. Now in the Major League with FC Cincinnati and may look to secure a permanent switch to the US. STAY or GO? Go
Featured three times. Scored once and received a red card against Southampton and was loaned to Galatasaray. Loan expires this June and contracted with Brighton until 2023. STAY or GO? Never say never but likely to go.
Has hardly featured for Brighton this season. The 31 year-old Nigerian international is currently on loan at Wigan. Contract with Albion expires this summer. Will always be remembered for his goal against Palace. STAY or GO? Go