Veteran Inverness pair Stuart Golabek and Roy McBain have signed on for the club's Clydesdale Bank Premier League return.
The pair, both 36 and with more than 500 appearances between them, penned one-year deals to replace those which expired this summer.
Manager Terry Butcher told the club's official website: "I'm very pleased that these two polished performers have signed up for the next part of the club's journey."
He added: "Stuart and Roy are excellent professionals whose poise and know-how will be of great value to what is a young squad.
"Their commitment is a further boost to my Premier Division planning."
Both players were part of the side which clinched promotion to the SPL in 2004 and again this season.
Left-back Golabek first joined Inverness in 1999 and was in the team which stunned Celtic in the Scottish Cup in February 2000.
He rejoined the club last August after two years at Ross County.
McBain signed for Inverness in 2000 and has chalked up 323 appearances ahead of what will be his testimonial year.
Ryan Esson, David Proctor and Ross Tokely are also out of contract and the club are hoping to tie them down to new deals.