The Reds have been buoyed by news that in-form twins Anthony and Saia Faingaa have committed their futures to the club.
The 23-year-olds have been in superb form as the Reds have enjoyed their best start to a Super Rugby season in 11 years.
And the brothers have now agreed to extend their stay in Queensland by two years.
Anthony Faingaa has made the most of Berrick Barnes' departure to make the No.12 shirt his own, while Saia has ousted the experienced Sean Hardman from the hooker's role.
Reds coach Ewen McKenzie said: "We want to reward performance and both Anthony and Saia are giving us what we want.
"As a result we were keen for them to be part of our future plans. By re-signing through to 2012 they obviously recognise what we have going here and want to be part of it."