Bolton duo Joe Riley and Michael O'Halloran have signed new long-term deals at the Reebok Stadium.
Both players have been rewarded for their progress with new three-and-a-half year contracts.
Highly-rated full-back Riley has made seven appearances this season, while Scottish striker O'Halloran has made two substitute appearances in the Carling and FA Cup this term after breaking into the first-team reckoning.
The duo have followed the lead of Josh Vela in committing their futures and Bolton boss Owen Coyle expects all three players to make an impact at the club in the coming years.
"I'm delighted to get the three young players on board," Coyle told the club's official website. "It follows on from what we have done in securing the signatures of Fabrice Muamba, Chung-Yong Lee and Mark Davies on long contracts, building for the future of the club.
"To secure these three, who are supremely talented and have tremendous potential, is very pleasing.
"They are the kind of players who have caught the eyes of other clubs, and it is right that they should, so it's important we made them Bolton Wanderers players for years to come."