Hull City have pulled off an ambitious double swoop in the form of Sunderland midfielder David Meyler, and Manchester United winger Robbie Brady.
Both players have been on loan at The KC Stadium this season and have helped play a key role in the Tigers quest for automatic promotion.
Brady has cost the club £2 million, and turned down an offer from Gianfranco Zola's Watford last week, after they also agreed a fee for his services.
Republic of Ireland midfielder, Meyler, joins for a fee believed to be around £1.5 million, and has been in discussions with the club since last week.
The duo have both penned three and a half year contracts at the Championship side, and Manager Steve Bruce was delighted to finally tie their futures to the Tigers for the forseeable future.
They will both be in contention for their new sides forthcoming Championship fixture at home to Sheffield Wednesday live on Sky Sports.