Coventry City defender Nathan Cameron and goalkeeper Danny Ireland have signed new contracts at the Ricoh Arena.
Cameron broke into the Coventry side last season and has agreed a two-month deal, while Ireland has signed a 12-month extension.
Ireland is being tipped to challenge for a first-team spot next season following the departure of Keiren Westwood and Sky Blues boss Andy Thorn is happy to have agreed the new deals.
"We are delighted that Danny has signed and believe he has a promising future," Thorn told the club's official website.
"This is a big season for him and we certainly want to see him challenging for a first-team place.
"We've seen a few of the boys here sign new deals in the past couple of weeks and we will now be stepping up our work to bring new players into the club."
Thorn added: "Nathan was one of the surprises of last season. Very few people expected him to start the first game of the season, himself included, but he took the opportunity with both hands and became a vital member of the squad.
"We are developing a strong base of homegrown talent here and that's really positive for Coventry City."