Brighton & Hove Albion defensive pair Gordon Greer and Bruno have both agreed one-year contract extensions with the club.
Both players' contracts were due to expire at the end of the current campaign, but the duo have been handed extended deals until June 2016.
Manager Sami Hyypia said, "Gordon and Bruno are two important players for us. They have great quality and experience, bring a great deal to the squad in terms of their leadership on and off the pitch, and each has earned their new contract with the club.
"Gordon has proved to be a great captain for this club and he has demonstrated with his performances both for the Albion and at international level that he is a great professional. He works hard and sets standards every day, and is a key player for us. I am delighted we have extended his contract.
"Likewise with Bruno. He is a great influence upon the rest of the squad, as well as a very good defender and footballer. He has great quality on the ball and has shown he is capable of producing that when playing in several different positions."
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Scottish international Greer, 34 this month, has been a permanent fixture in the team since arriving from Swindon Town in the summer of 2010.
He skippered Albion to the League One championship in his first season at the club, and has been a regular in the Championship over the past four seasons.
Greer has played close to 200 games for Albion, while last year he made his international debut and has since won five national team caps for Scotland.
Bruno, who turned 34 in October, joined Albion ahead of the 2012/13 season on a free transfer from La Liga Valencia.
He has made 77 appearances, scored four goals and helped Albion reach the play-offs in his first two seasons at the club.