Midfielders Wade Elliott and Garreth O'Connor have both put pen to paper on new one-year contracts at Bournemouth.
Elliott has been with Bournemouth for four seasons
The duo, who were out of contract, follow Cherries team-mates James Hayter, Brian Stock, Neil Young and Kevin Scriven in signing new deals.
Elliott said: "The main factor for most of the lads is that we've been together here for three or four years now.
"We would like to see how much further we can get as a squad - we really believe we can achieve something."
Boss Sean O'Driscoll - who has just appointed Richard O'Kelly as his new assistant - now only has five out-of-contract players still not tied to new deals.
They are defenders Stephen Purches, Karl Broadhurst and Shaun Maher, and strikers Warren Feeney and Steve Fletcher.
Cherries chairman Peter Phillips still insists that no deal for Feeney has been agreed with Stockport - who claimed at the weekend that they had agreed terms with the Northern Ireland international.