Leyton Orient Apprentices Moses Odubajo and Tom Lovelock have been offered professional contracts ahead of the 2011/12 season.
The pair become the latest players to graduate from the youth system at Brisbane Road, having impressed across their two years as Apprentices with the club.
Winger Odubajo, 17, has been named on the bench 11 times for the first team this season, although he is yet to make his debut.
For the youth team he has netted three goals in 23 appearances this term, as well as featuring regularly in the reserves.
Goalkeeper Lovelock, also 17, has also been involved with the first team squad on several occasions this season, sitting on the bench eight times.
The pair have gained senior experience this term with work experience spells at Blue Square Bet South clubs, with Lovelock turning out for Bromley and Odubajo for St Albans City.
Odubajo has been offered a year-long deal, while Lovelock’s contract will run for six months.