Crystal Palace goalkeepers Wayne Hennessey and Julian Speroni have signed new contracts with the club.
Wales international Hennessey, who has penned a three-year deal, has made 89 Premier League appearances for the Eagles since signing in 2014, including 27 last season.
"I'm really happy to commit my future to the club," he told Palace's official website. "I've always said how much I enjoy playing football here and the way we ended last season shows what we're capable of achieving as a team.
"Now I just want to concentrate on preparing for the new season and play my part in helping the club push on to the next level."
Fellow goalkeeper Speroni has also signed a fresh contract with the club, agreeing to a one-year extension.
The 39-year-old has been limited to just 13 Premier League appearances in the last three seasons but continues his long-term association with the club having arrived from Dundee in 2004.
"It's an honour and a pleasure for me to play in front of our fans," he said. "The love and support they've shown me over all these years has been magnificent and I just can't thank them enough."
Hennessey and Speroni follow in the footsteps of team-mate Joel Ward, who also signed a new three-year deal on Monday, while Palace have also been heavily linked with the signing of Getafe goalkeeper Vicente Guaita.
Palace get their season underway against fellow London club Fulham on August 11 at Craven Cottage, with their first home game against Liverpool the week after.