Yeovil Town have agreed a deal to sign Tottenham Hotspur duo Steven Caulker and Ryan Mason on loan.
The youngsters trained with Yeovil last season and will now return to Huish Park to gain some first-team experience.
Promising forward Mason made his Spurs debut against NEC Nijmegen in the Uefa Cup last season, while centre-half Caulker has been involved for the reserves.
Glovers boss Terry Skiverton told the club's official website: "I have known about Ryan for a while now and both he and Steven were here last year with a view to returning this season.
"I'm delighted they're on board and that it keeps the relationship with Spurs going."
Skiverton is actively seeking to improve his squad and has invited two goalkeepers on trial for the South-West Challenge Cup.
Former Manchester City keeper Richard Martin and ex-Hartlepool shot-stopper Arran Lee-Barrett have linked up with the Glovers, along with the likes of Dean Bowditch and Sam Williams.