Ryan Leonard and Tom Bradshaw have seen their stays at Millwall extended until the summer of 2022.
The Lions have activated options on the pair, who were both due to be free agents at the end of June.
Leonard, 28, broke the club’s long-standing record transfer fee when he signed from Sheffield United. He initially joined on loan in August 2018 before the formality of the move being made permanent the following January.
Bradshaw’s deal was structured in the same format – the striker arriving from Barnsley around the same time.
Midfielder Leonard has scored five goals in 80 matches for the Lions.
Bradshaw has 13 goals in 72 matches.
There are a number of other Millwall players who are also about to head into the final six months of their terms – including the likes of Shaun Williams, Matt Smith and Jiri Skalak.
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