Cardiff Blues have handed contract extensions to Wales prop Scott Andrews and flanker Josh Navidi.
Andrews has been signed up for two more years, while 22-year-old Navidi's deal will keep him at the Arms Park until 2016.
Five-times capped Andrews, 23, said he was delighted to have penned a new contract.
"I have been here since I was 16 and didn't want to look elsewhere as I am happy at the Blues," Andrews said.
"We have had a tough start to the season but we have a great group of boys here and things are looking good for the future, so I am really glad to stay on.
"We have a lot of young boys mixed with some top internationals who are contracted for the next few years, so slowly we are producing a good core. It will be exciting to see it progress over the next few years."
Navidi has been one of the in-form Blues players this season and captained the region to the
17-6 victory over Munster
at Musgrave Park last Saturday.
"I'm happy with my form at the Blues and feel my playing has been consistent, but I can always keep pushing myself to see how I can improve as a player," Navidi said.
"Changing between six and seven doesn't really worry me, as long as I am on the pitch and representing the Blues.
"I see a lot more of the ball in the breakdown when I play at seven but then playing at six alongside Sam Warburton is great for my overall game.
"I don't think about being called up for Wales. I just get on with what I do each week and see what happens from there."