Torquay United left-back Liam Davis and defender Jamie Sendles-White have become the latest member of the squad to extend their stay at Plainmoor.
Davis, 32, signed for the club back in the summer of 2017 and has since established himself as a crowd favourite with the Yellow Army.
Boss Gary Johnson was quick to praise the contribution of the experienced defender.
“Liam is a big signing for us – I think he’s the next level and beyond,” said Johnson.
“I know him well, and he’s been great since I’ve been here and is a good signing for us going into the future. We need his experience.”
24-year-old centre-back Sendles-White made his debut for the club in the 7-0 FA Cup win at Lymington back in September, and has proceeded to make 14 appearances in all competitions.
Gary Johnson was pleased to have extended his stay, and feels there is more to come from the former Swindon and Leyton Orient man.
“Jamie has a couple of injuries, but I want to keep him here as part of the squad,” said Johnson. “He’s enjoying it, he’s very much part of the group and hopefully he’ll be helping us in our promotion bid.”