Leeds United are poised to add more reinforcements after the club confirmed Andy Gray and Jamie Ashdown have agreed deals at Elland Road.
The duo are both free agents and are set to join on permanent contracts after training with the Whites.
Striker Gray has agreed a one-year deal as he returns to the club where he started his career back in 1995.
The 34-year-old, who notched up 29 appearances during his previous stint at the Yorkshire club, returns to Leeds following his release by Barnsley at the end of last season.
Gray impressed in the club's pre-season friendly against Farsley last week, scoring twice in a 5-2 victory.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Ashdown, who played for Portsmouth last season, is currently with the squad in Cornwall having agreed to join the Yorkshire club.
The 31-year-old has also played for Reading, Bournemouth, Rushden and Diamonds and Norwich City.
Ashdown has been brought in to replace Andy Lonergan who has moved to Bolton following the arrival of Paddy Kenny from QPR.
Manager Neil Warnock has now drafted in six summer signings with Jason Pearce, Adam Drury, Paul Green and Kenny having already joined.