Exeter Chiefs prop Craig Mitchell and wing Matt Jess have extended their stints with the Aviva Premiership club by signing contract extensions.
Mitchell, who represented Wales at last year's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, has agreed a new one-year deal, while Jess has penned a two-year contract with the Devon club.
Exeter head coach Rob Baxter is delighted to retain the duo's services.
"I think recruitment and retention are year-round things, they're not something that starts at Christmas or two months before the end of the season," he told Exeter Chiefs' official website.
"It's great that these guys are seeing where we want to go and what we want to achieve.
"I know they're ambitious players who are probably coming into their prime for what they're going to be as players, so for them to commit nice and early is great for the club and I think it'll be great for the players.
"I'm seeing both of these guys coming on in leaps and bounds and for us as a club to have them for the foreseeable future is great.
"The more guys you can get tied down, feeling relaxed and comfortable and knowing where they are for a little while creates a nice balance and solidity to the squad.
"It means you get a lot of guys training well and playing well and it's a much more stable to be working in."