Pair extend Cherries contracts
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Cherries, who look to have lost the services of striker Warren Feeney to Second Division rivals Stockport County, will be pleased to secure the piar's services for next season.
Elliott and O'Connor join team-mates James Hayter, Brian Stock, Neil Young and Kevin Scriven in committing their futures to Sean O'Driscoll's side this summer.
Elliott believes the continuity in the squad has prompted himself and his Cherries team-mates to stay on at the South Coast club.
"The main factor for most of the lads (in signing) is that we've been together here for three or four years now and we would like to see how much further we can get as a squad," Elliott told the club's official website.
"We really believe we can achieve something."
The news of the pair penning new deals comes as O'Driscoll has appointed former Grimsby Town, Walsall and Port Vale striker Richard O'Kelly as his number two.
O'Kelly replaces Peter Grant as assistant manager after Grant left to join Alan Pardew's coaching staff at West Ham United in January.
He has coached at Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion before spending the last two seasons as first team coach at Conference club Hereford United.