Tyler began his loan spell with Ward at the end of September
Championship side Watford have extended the loan deals of Peterborough keeper Mark Tyler and Wolves defender Darren Ward for a second month.
Tyler, 31, has yet to make a first-team appearance for the Hornets.
Ward, 30, who started his career at Vicarage Road, has featured in all of the last five games for the Hornets apart from the Wolves game.
Both players are now available up to and including the Championship game with Doncaster on 29 November.
Tyler is the longest-serving player at Peterborough, but after a back injury has found first-team opportunities limited.
Following a loan spell at Hull City last season, he has remained on the London Road transfer list. He provides cover for the Hornets goalkeeping crisis that currently sees both Mart Poom and Scott Loach sidelined.
Ward is ineligible for next month's Carling Cup trip to Swansea, having already played in a previous round for Wolves.
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