Ireland internationals Jordi Murphy and Will Addison have signed new contracts with Ulster.
The pair were due to be out of contract this summer but have both signed new two-year deals.
The Guinness PRO14 side confirmed the extensions as they announced their 43-man squad for next season had been finalised. All but four of the squad, which includes two development players, are Irish qualified.
🚨 Ulster Rugby 2020/21 Squad is confirmed 🚨
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Ulster had previously secured the likes of Jacob Stockdale, Sean Reidy and Matty Rea on new deals and confirmed the signings of fly-half Ian Madigan from Bristol and former All Black Alby Mathewson from Munster.
Head coach Dan McFarland said: “Our desire to build on the successes of this season to-date is evidenced in our strong investment in talent from the current squad.
“Although it’s an uncertain time for rugby, and all sport, I am confident our selection will stand us in good stead for when we are able to safely start the new season.”