Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Rogers and defender Scott McKenna have signed contract extensions until the summer of 2018.
Republic of Ireland under-21 international Rogers has spent this season on loan at Falkirk, keeping 14 clean sheets in 35 appearances for the promotion-chasing Bairns.
McKenna has captained the Aberdeen under-20 side for the past two seasons and made his first team debut in the 4-3 victory against St Johnstone last month.
Dons manager Derek McInnes said: “It is great news for the club that both lads have committed their futures to Aberdeen.
“The challenge for both Danny and Scott now is to establish themselves in the first team. We feel both have the chance to do so.”
Rogers has set his sights on challenging for a first-team role when he returns from the Bairns in the summer.
He said: “The manager rang me to say he was going to offer me a new deal and I was very keen to sign it. When we spoke he said all the right things and really made me feel part of his plans for the future.
“The two loan periods have really helped me. Dumbarton last year was obviously different to this year. Last year was more about getting experience. I was pleased with how I performed over the course of the season.
“This year at Falkirk it is a different pressure. You are constantly under pressure to win games and to perform well.
“I feel I am now ready to come back and challenge for the number one spot. Hopefully, I can come back in pre-season and produce the goods. But before then I have some big games ahead with Falkirk.”
McKenna made his first and only appearance for Aberdeen off the bench during a 4-3 win over St Johnstone last month. He has had loan spells with Ayr and Alloa.