Forest Green Rovers goalkeeper Lewis Thomas and defender Dom Bernard have signed contract extensions with the League Two club.
Welshman Thomas, 22, has extended his time with the fourth-tier leaders until the end of the 2020-21 season.
Bernard, also 22, has signed until the end of 2020-21 as well, having made 18 appearances this term.
"If you apply yourself, you'll have the opportunity to prove yourself," boss Mark Cooper told the club website.
Thomas signed on a two-year deal in the summer of 2018 after his release by Swansea City and has registered six clean sheets this season, including five in consecutive games in September.
"Since I have come into the club, there has been a really positive vibe and the gaffer has been brilliant with me, every goalkeeper coach has been brilliant with me and the fans, especially, have really taken to me and I am really pleased that has happened," he said.
Bernard signed for Forest Green in the summer following a successful trial after his release by Championship side Birmingham City.
He said: "I am happy to be involved in the majority of the games, I have adapted well and everything is going well at the moment and long may it continue."