Ross County goalkeeper Mark Brown and defender Steven Saunders have signed new one-year deals with the club.
The duo are the first out-of-contract players to commit to the club.
Brown held off the challenge of rival Michael Fraser to establish himself as first-choice goalkeeper at the club last season, while Saunders, a close season capture from Motherwell, did enough in a season disrupted by injury, to convince manager Derek Adams he is worth a new contract.
Saunders’s rival at left back, Evangelos Oikonomou, will not be joining the Staggies next season, however, after deciding to return to Greece.
The full back has played for the club in two spells in the last 18 months, with both deals lasting six months.
Adams said: “It is great news that both Mark and Steven have signed up for next season, with Mark also taking on the extra responsibility of full-time goalkeeping coach.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Evangelos Oikonomou for his services to the football club in his two spells here.”
Meanwhile, midfielder Filip Kiss and defender Erik Cikos, who were on loan at County, have been called up by Slovakia for the country’s international friendlies against Montenegro and Russia next week.
Kiss has returned to Cardiff following the end of his loan, while Cikos will also leave County to rejoin his club Slovan Bratislava.
Adams said: “I am delighted Filip and Erik have been called up to the full national team squad for Slovakia’s upcoming games.
“Filip was in the squad earlier in the season for the first time and now Erik has been called up. Both of them performed well for us, so I’m glad to see that being recognised with their selection.”