Tsubasa Endoh and Jordan Hamilton are returning to Toronto FC.
The Reds announced new deals for both players on Wednesday morning.
“Both Tsubasa and Jordan have continued their development and improved into players who are ready to help the first team,” TFC general manager Ali Curtis said in a statement. “Both players have persevered and worked hard to earn these contracts. We are excited to know Tsubasa and Jordan are going to continue playing for TFC.”
The ninth overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft out of Maryland, Endoh, 25, spent all of last season with TFC II of the USL. The Tokyo native has made 30 appearances across all competitions for the Reds, scoring three goals.
Hamilton, 22, is a product of the TFC academy and signed his first deal with the club in 2014. A native of Scarborough, Ont., Hamilton has made 51 appearances across all competitions, scoring 10 times.
Hamilton has been capped twice by Canada's senior team.
TFC plays its first competitive match of 2019 on February 19 when it travels to Panama to take on Independiente in the first leg of their CONCACAF Champions League Round of 16 tie. The return leg will be played at BMO Field on February 26.