Bath duo Tom Biggs and Mark McMillan have agreed new contracts with the Premiership club.
Winger Biggs, who is the West Country club's top try scorer this season, will stay on at the Rec until 2014.
Scrum-half McMillan, 28, has suffered an injury-ravaged season but has agreed a deal for a further year.
"There is a lot of ambition here and a lot more to come from us, and I'm really looking forward to being part of everything," 27-year-old Biggs said.
The former Leeds and Newcastle flyer joined Bath on a three-year deal in 2010 and was named supporter's player of the year this season.
He added: "I feel my game has really developed at Bath and I'm enjoying the style of rugby we're looking to play."
McMillan, who only played 10 games this season because of a long-term knee injury, said: "I'm delighted to have re-signed with Bath.
"There's a really good mix of experience and youth in the squad now and it's a great thing to be part of it all."
Coach Brad Davis added: "Both Tom and Mark are exactly the kind of player we want here and we're really pleased they're staying.
"They contribute a lot both on and off the field and around the club, and we're looking forward to seeing them contribute even more over the coming seasons."