Stockport County manager Simon Rusk believes it was important to keep hold of Sam Minihan and Jordan Keane.
The pair were announced yesterday as signing new two-year contracts with the National League side.
It means County keeping two players who have made a combined 250+ appearances for the club.
Speaking to the club’s website, Rusk said: “I am delighted the club have agreed extensions with Sam and Jordan and see both players continue on their upward journey with County.
“The contracts are recognition for the players’ performances this season, but also provide great continuity and stability for the club in tying two key members of the group down for the forthcoming years.”