Veteran pair Mark Crossley and Mark Pembridge have signed new one-year contracts with Fulham.
Crossley and Pembridge have been kept on for next season by Fulham boss Chris Coleman, who is targeting a top-eight finish.
Former Wales international Crossley joined The Cottagers in the summer of 2003 and has made 13 appearances in The Premiership this season.
Though he is now the back-up to Antti Niemi at Craven Cottage, the 36-year-old has opted to remain with Fulham.
Pembridge has also committed himself to Fulham after suffering an injury-hit season in the capital.
The midfielder has been restricted to just five appearances this term and will hope for better fortunes next time around.
He joined Fulham around the same time as his former international colleague and lends a steadying influence to the Cottagers side.