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Key questions for Livingston's off-season as they prepare for fifth straight Premiership season

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Livingston's season was an undoubted success as they grabbed seventh place in the SPFL Premiership and picked up their second highest points tally (49) and number of wins (13) in a top flight campaign.That being said, losing a top six berth and a genuine chance at qualifying for Europe thanks to conceding an injury-time equaliser in the final pre-split fixture at home to Motherwell will leave a definite 'what if' feeling about the season.A shocking start - just four points from their first eight games - eventually gave way to some real highs and Bruce Anderson's emergence up front was a huge positive.

The 23-year-old bagged 11 league goals in his maiden season in West Lothian and would have had a real shot at the golden boot had an ankle injury not ruled him out for the final two months.With the season in the books, though, it's time to look ahead to the summer and beyond.West Lothian Courier sports reporter Callum Carson tackles some of the key questions facing the Lions as they head into the summer break.Who is set to leave and which out of contract players might stay?The Lions are fortunate in that they aren’t going to experience the large turnover of players that stunted the start of last season when over a dozen players were needing replaced.Alan Forrest and Odin Bailey are the only players who played in 50 per cent of their league fixtures this season who are definitely going to depart.

Others, most notably Max Stryjek and Jack Fitzwater, could attract interest but are under contract so at least the club will be fairly compensated should they move on.Of those who are out of contract, Sean Kelly and Jack Hamilton have both been offered new deals.

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