Cardiff Blues duo Scott Andrews and Josh Navidi have both signed new deals with the region at least until 2015.
Prop Andrews has agreed a two-year extension, whilst Navidi will remain in the Welsh capital until 2016.
Andrews made his senior international debut, coming on as a replacement in the 2011 summer fixture against the Barbarians and played against Samoa, New Zealand and Australia in the 2012 autumn series.
Navidi made his senior Blues debut against Heineken Cup champions, Leinster, at the RDS in 2009, coming on as a replacement for Scott Morgan. Josh earned himself a start against London Irish in the LV=Cup match in Cardiff the following month.
"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," said Andrews.
"I have been here since I was sixteen and didn't want to look elsewhere as I am happy at the Blues.
"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.
"I enjoyed playing for Wales in the 2012 autumn internationals but the focus now is to play well for the Blues. If I get the nod for the national side for the Six Nations it's something I can look forward to in the future.
"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," said Navidi.
"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.