Oxford United have signed Crawley's David Hunt and Fleetwood midfielder Daniel Rose on two-year deals.
Defender Hunt, 30, began his career at Crystal Palace and went on to have spells at Leyton Orient. Northampton, Shrewsbury and Brentford.
He joined Crawley in May 2011 after a successful loan spell there and made 28 appearances for the club last term.
Rose, 25, started at Manchester United and has played for Oxford before, while he also been on the books at Newport.
He spent much of last season on loan at Aldershot, making 37 appearances, but is happy to return to the Kassam Stadium where he spent two years between 2007 and 2008.
"I'm delighted to be back at Oxford United," Rose told BBC Radio Oxford.
"If I remember rightly it's been six years since I left, a lot of things have changed since then and I'm very much looking forward to pre-season and the next couple of years."
Manager Chris Wilder was also pleased to welcome both players to the club
"Both of them are very good players who we have been watching for a while now," he said.
"David has won this league and played at a higher level while Oxford fans will remember Danny as being a gifted player even as a teenager. They both have terrific attitudes and are strong characters who want to win things."