Norwich have completed the permanent signings of Russell Martin and Anthony McNamee after successful loan spells.
Both arrived at Carrow Road in November and the pair have impressed sufficiently to have been awarded two-and-a-half year deals with the club.
Although featuring 10 times for Peterborough, eight of them starts, in the first three months of the season, Martin was allowed to rejoin Canaries manager Paul Lambert after working under the Scot during their time at Wycombe.
Despite Martin establishing himself as a first-team regular, McNamee, who arrives from Swindon, has had to bide his time having made just two substitute appearances since arriving on loan.
"I'm absolutely delighted to have signed permanently," Martin told the club's official website.
"I've stated my desire to stay here permanently, as soon as I saw the size of the club, the fanbase, the stadium and the facilities at the training ground.
"Thankfully I've done enough to prove to Paul Lambert in the four weeks that I'm worthy of staying and I really enjoy playing for him as I think most of the lads do."
Meanwhile McNamee insists he had no hesitation in signing on despite his lack of first-team chances.
"The simple fact is because of the facilities of the club, the size of the club and playing in front of 25,000," he stated.
"It is just a case of being patient as the team is on form so it is hard to get into the team at the minute, but hopefully I can get in and play some games."
Lambert was also delighted with the captures and was convinced both players would play a big part in the club's promotion push this season.
"In Russell's case he's done great for us," said Lambert. "I knew him from my time at Wycombe and he went on to do great things with Peterborough.
"When (McNamee) has the ball in a wide area he will be able to deliver it. I think sometimes you need to have a different way of playing at certain times in certain games, and that is what he will give us, the speed and the quality from the wide area."